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. Oh I know I'm weird, but if nothing else worked [even if everything else worked, maybe], I'd be throwing myself into something that could help him feel he knew her a bit more.my 17 year old son was saying goodbye to someone that he didnt feel that he knew
because if people I love get too close I may fall apart - but I need them
so what a better way then to to deal with it is to get angry , and who can blame you , NO ONEAll I want to do is to forget - to sleep - toswitch my mind off.
Oh Helen, I wish I could say something to help ...... First, thanks for being so honest ...... and helping me realise this is in part where I've been going wrong ......Amy said:Live in the present, make the most of this moment
(P.S. Sorry I deleted, inadequacy still haunts me. I never know if what I say will help or hurt. Look after yourself, Helen.)Dear Helen,
I hated this part of Dad's final days (there's not much to like about it actually). First he was going, then he wasn't. Excruciating feelings of inadequacy, taking me way out of my depth. It was a surreal journey into the unknown. Just wanted you to know that you will withstand it, and that others understand your anger.
love from Hazel.