Lostdaughter Posted November 21, 2010 Report Share Posted November 21, 2010 I'm tired of hearing the same things - they don't know what to say, they have their own lives, they are busy, they are uncomfortable, etc, etc. Now some of this may be true, but I think the bottom line is they just don't want to be bothered with icky, sticky, grief, sadness, pain, loss, etc. What really irks me (among many things) is a woman who asked me to have coffee this weekend. So I called her and said great. Well, Sat night and no return call. She lost her sister last November so I know she gets this. Oh well, I certainly don't plan to call her again. In fact, I just keep withdrawing more and more. It seems so much safer to just be on the Internet and do projects at home or worry about the future than to even make the effort. How long will this last? I'm spending the holidays alone and that will be the danger zone for me. My therapist even went so far as to suggest an inpatient psych ward for me. Well, I have three pets and crappy insurance and don't want it held against me by future insurers. I spent a couple of hours just laying on the sofa today and then finally did something productive. I think my last shower was last Saturday and I just don't even care. I don't see anyone anyway except for an occasional clerk at the store. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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