i am new to this site i thought today i need to find someone to talk to. I lost my dear uncle on the 20th July aged 42yrs...It was sudden n totally unexpected. i have a partner who isn't very supportive he has a "get on with it" attitude so i feel i have no one to talk too, as my family members feel the same as me & i just don't feel like i can talk to them!! I suffer from depression since 2004, & feel like its getting worse, i feel lost and alone. I don't know what to do or where to go.Im currently off work with bereavement and feel i am just trying to push it out of my head and not dealing with it, as this is what i always do!! i keep thinking about my uncle and his life, he suffered from serious mental health issue for 20years I ask myself "i should have done more" i just feel so guilty and just dont see how i will deal with this. I could write on forever about how i feel & everything going on in my family
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