Helo my dear friends, well I do not know what happened to me but I need to talk about it. It was one year May 5th 2008 sence my life changed and will neaver be the same agin. I lost my wonderful Grandson, Shawn in a horrible car accident. A large part of my heart went with him. For over a year my family has been greiveing and trying to learn how to live without him. I have worked very hard to be stroung with my loved ones and not let them see just how destoried I am. Well last week I must have had some kind of breakdown. I am not sure what it was. My husband hurt my feelings when I tried to hug him and he turned away. Now that is not really a big thing. After all we have been married 41 years and he just was not thinking. But for some reason it made me mad and hurt. I turned to the sink to continue with the dinner dishes. When all at once I was banging my fist on the sink only to take my arm and push all of the dishes into the floor breaking them. I stompped my feet and screamed over and over. Falling to the floor I cried out over and over that I wished that I could die. My poor husband had no ideal as to what was wroung with me. When the crying stopped I was totally exhausted and had to lie down for the rest of the day and night. While this was happening I knew what I was doing but had no control in stopping it. What I need to know is have I lost my mind??? Please Help
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