hi everyone i just joined the bereavement part of ds. Last year december 12th of 2006 my favorite grandpa passed away i am still having a hard time dealing with the loss. then in february my hubbys grandmother passed away only she was like his mother. I knew her since i was 14 yrs old then in the same week his mom had a stroke so i have been on depression meds and panic attack meds since my grandpa passed. I also had back surgery in 2005 and have been diagnosed with degenerative disc disease. But the hardest thing has been dealing with the loss of my grandpa he was my favorite. Christmas this year was so hard on me because of all of this. I am so glad i found ds and the people on here are absolutely wonderful. Christmas night i fell asleep crying about 4 am i took my meds about 10pm and they are supposed to help me sleep but they didnt i guess its becasue i was so upset. when i ty to talk to my family about it they say things like its been a year get over it. That just makes it worse. Well sorry im rambling on and on. Just wanted to tell a little of my story thanks suzie
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