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9/13/09 10:09 A

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Hang in there Monika...when you get your meds you'll feel better

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9/10/09 8:19 P

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Monika~ It hurts when family doesn't show interest in our imporatant aspects of our lives. Family is who we often depend on for support, love and understanding. When they don't meet those needs in the way we would like them met we often feel disappointed, sad, hurt, ect. I'm sorry that your mom showed such disinterest. Unfortunately we don't get to choose who our family is biologically, but we can choose friends that can become like family in the offering of support, love and understanding. Do you have friends that might be interested in checking the place out? Do you have a mentor of someone you look up to that could go? Just throwing out some ideas. Like what has been said it's best not to dwell on the hurt feelings, but it is important to acknowledge them and deal with them in a healthy way.

I hope things look up for you soon.
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9/10/09 7:02 P

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emoticon I know, how you feel. Sometimes, I feel my Mom makes a difference between my bro and I and I get my feelings hurt. But, I have to remember, that she is getting older and life is to short to get to upset about these issues. But, that doesn't mean that the hurt isn't there. Just try not to dwell on the hurt feelings and get past it. Hope you get your meds and feeling better soon. Thanks for sharing! Kat

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9/10/09 5:07 P

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Today I was talking to my parents about the hero house, and told them about the family and friends night and I invited them...My mom gave a funny look and made an excuse of what she would rather do...I know church and bible studies are important, but are they really more important then the family and showing intrest in what they are doing..I feel like if it were my sisters she would have been there...I thought she was interested in this and excited about me wanting to do...but the minute I invite them to come see what we are doing and to see the clubhouse she is not interested...I am really hurt, not so much that she couldnt go, but that she didnt seem interested in it...I really feel like crying...anyway, I just needed to get these feelings out...I hope all are doing good, I am sorry I havnt been very active, been busy and having problems emotionally due to not being able to get my meds, I hope to get them tomorrow, I plan to anyway...grrr...I havnt been feeling good and have had a headache from not having them, maybe that is why I feel so hurt because of the issue with my parents...I dont know...sorry for going on and on about it...big warm angel hugs.

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