"Perhaps when you learn to let go, realize that your other living children really need you to be present for them, and stop feeling sorry for yourself, you will heal just a little bit. You wallow in self pity, acting as though you are the ONLY woman who has ever lost a child, but you are not. No, you'll never forget it, but there comes a time when grief becomes misery and ruins ones life. Live for your children and family, let the moments of grief turn into something else. You blame and blame and blame, but you never share what you really are thankful for. Count your blessings and the days will change slowly. "
I'm sure my friends will pick this apart as well. But geez person, this is not helpful. I'm not forcing you to read my blog, and if you noticed the frequency off postings have slowed considerable. I blog so I don't have to keep the negative in my head allowing it to interrupt my daily life, or interrupt my kid's lives. You've assumed an awful lot about me.
I get to have this pity party as log as I want and Im still present with my kids. The living AND dead. I'm not going to live for other people, I've already lost so much of me, Im not going to lose the rest by living for others.
P. S. I'm pretty thankful, all the time, and I was on the up swing.....