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    Agree with the other posters, if you can let them in just a tiny bit it will enable them to feel safe about what to say / do.

    I think it's also ok (If you feel comfortable) for you to ring them up and say hey, this is going on and I really need you to step up and be there for me. If I was your friend and you said that to me I'd kick into gear for sure.

    You're right, everyone has there own stuff going on. So I reckon just spell it out for them.

    Be kind to yourself hunny! Sending you lots of support and positive energy xx

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