Just joined tonight. Feeling the intense pain of losing my son, Doug, of never seeing him walk through the front door, hear his voice, see his smile, feel his arms around me in a big hug, the quick kiss as he goes out. Doug was in a fatal car accident April, 2009. He was my best buddy, we were very close, I miss him so much. I've been feeling very exhausted lately, it's all I can do to get through the day. My grief counselor says it is combination of grieving and that it's getting darker earlier. Is it possible that in time it gets more bearable?
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Good Morning,My fingers and brain messed up on todays list, sorry about that.09/04(A) Eddie KandL-Linda http://www.dailystrength.org/people/437564Love you all
I keep hearing and reading that you are not the same person after losing a child. Maybe this sounds stupid, but what changes? What if I don't like the person I become? How do I turn this horror into something even liveable? Right now I'm not sure I can take being me much longer, and I know I have a long, hard way to go. Does it get worse before it gets better? I've been extremely depressed the...