Rarely do I complain; I’d rather be a positive supporter.
I’ve had my share (more than some less than others) of unfortunate life’s circumstances.
Social media networking has been quite therapeutic for me as well as writing for a hobby.
Today I found a good description of myself in the above picture – gal who has yet to manage putting the puzzle pieces together.
Losing someone you love dearly is difficult – losing one or more of your children far worse.
Listed below is a partial list of symptoms of grief I deal with to this day / night.
- Segmented sleep pattern
- Appetite changes
- Difficulty concentrating for extended periods
- Crying versus bothered and upset yet numbed out
- Social isolation (fought this)
- Anxiety attacks out of nowhere
- Depression – off and on
- List goes on
Inspirational messages and shared affirmations are definitely nice – momentarily only though as when alone one can sink into a pit of despair.
I’ve no idea why some people have so much strength while others complain about the most trivial matters.
If I could change places I’d opt out of being a Mother who lost children. It’s grief that never goes away.