I don\'t know about you folks, but I\'m sick of it. I am to the point where I am tired of sympathy cards. I am tired of people looking at me with that pathetic look, touching me on the arm and saying \"How are you doing?\" when what I want to say is \"I\'m doing really lousy\" but instead I say \"I\'m fine\" because all I want to do is NOT think about how I feel. I\'m sick of people going to great lengths to avoid talking about Madison and looking uncomfortable when her name is mentioned. Like she was a figment of my imagination and she never existed. I\'m sick of people looking at me with such pity and seeming uncomfortable when they see me - like their afraid of saying the wrong thing to me or something. And then I feel guilty for feeling sick of it all, knowing that people only mean well and want to be supportive, and I\'m probably just grumpy. Does anyone else ever feel this way?
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