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About Hmjohnson8

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    May 1st 2014
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  1. Not feeling emotions or being numb, is a coping mechanism your mind is using because its not ready to handle the actual emotions you need to feel. I had to battle this myself and I would deflect so much that after something made me upset, an hour later I couldn't remember it. When you feel upset, you really have to sit through it and self reflect on how you can do something in a healthier way. Therapy is great, I love it. They are there to help you and it is very you paced. They just let you vent really and then it provides a safe place for you to express your emotions and figure it our yourse
  2. Hello, everyone! I wanted to talk about how your parent died really matters in the grief process and how long the grieving process takes. My father was an Alaskan State Trooper Who got murdered on May 1st 2014. This type of death really bothers me because it wasn't a disease you saw coming or anything like that. This was a choice that someone else made that now impact my life everyday. I have a minor in Psychology and am currently in A nursing Program. I plan on getting my nurse partitioning license in psychiatric care. I Find the grief process really interesting. Some of the things I have had
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