Friday, November 30, 2007

I have been feeling pretty sad lately,so much has been going on in my life. Both my parents are dying. My son is getting a divorce from a wonderful woman. I am having a hard time getting in the holiday mood. I am not abusing food, which is a first for me because usually the first sign of stress I am pigging out.
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    I am so sorry to read about your parents. I cannot imagine the pain of dealing with the chance of losing both of them close together. My heart goes out to you for all the pain you aregoing through right now with those you love.
    3744 days ago
    So sorry about your parents and your son. It's hard to just sit back and watch. My prayers are with you.
    3794 days ago
    So sorry to hear about your parents, my parents have been gone since Mom died in 1989 and my Dad died in 2000. Since there death I have realized how great it was when they were alive, and now all I have is memories. I loved my Mom and Dad so much, I understand how you feel. Have no regrets. Spend as much time as you can with them, and express anything that may need to be brought out to the open. So sorry too that your son is separating from his wife. My daughter is separated from her husband and has my only grandson. It would of killed me to have lost contact with him,, he is just like my own. I cherish each day and relish in what I have. It will be hard over the holidays for you, think positive and enjoy what you have today. Tomorrow is another day, take one day at a time, don't stop enjoying life, focus on everything that is good, even the small things.

    I too abuse food when I am sad or stressed. I realize that by eatting too much, is only going to hurt me not help me. I as you have to start putting ourselves first and then by doing that, can reach out to others and help them too.
    3796 days ago
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