I'm So Sad All The Time.

When I was 11 my oldest brother passed away in a car accident, then 4 days later my Grandmother passed away, when I was 17 my only other brother passed away, then my uncle my other grandmother, my only other sibling my sister got into a head on collision and is now crippled and not the same person I knew its so hard. and on June 28 2014 my precious mother passed away at age 54. I'm 6 months pregnant have 2 beautiful children already. I'm just so sad and don't understand why everyone is taken from me. I have trouble getting close to anyone because every time I do they die. I need some advice I feel like I did something wrong in life to always have to go through all of this. I feel like I can't handle anything else at all.

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Jul 14, 2014
i'm so sad all the time
by: Anonymous

i am very sorry for your losses.i understand what you feel,losing family members one after another really changes a person.i am visiting this site after a few months and the reason why i visited this site today was because i was thinking"i'm so sad all the time"i was a care free person but after so many losses i have changed a lot.all i can tell you is that you will have to make an effort to be happy.the pain never goes away but you have to try for the family that you have.take care may god bless you.

Jul 13, 2014
I'm So Sad All the Time.
by: Doreen UK

I am so sorry for all the multiple losses you have faced in such a short time in your life. The best thing you can do is to go see a grief counsellor for support. You haven't had space to grieve each loss before another one has happened. A counsellor is skilled to help you face multiple losses and get you to a place where your fear won't take over and cause you anxiety on going. You are also pregnant and need to not pass these turbulent emotions (which is normal) onto your unborn child. I was depressed carrying my first child and he was born in foetal distress and seems to have affected his personality. He was a difficult, rebellious child. Just don't suffer in silence. You will come through this and life will get better for you even though it doesn't feel like it now. You owe it to YOU, and your family.
I did the counselling late in my 40's when I had already had 3 children. I passed on my lack of confidence to them and it is harder to repair. If ever. But counselling was the best decision and investment I made in my life. I got my life back in ways I never knew and enjoyed life for the very first time in my 40's. Never too late. I also developed skills and coping strategies I was able to use in interaction with my family and other people that also benefited them and was very healing. Don't give up Hope!. Honour how you feel. It is so easy to become vulnerable to loss and to focus on yourself and think you somehow have been a bad person and suffering has come upon you. THIS IS NOT TRUE. Bad things happen also to good people. Part of living in a fallen world, because of SIN. FOCUS is the key to moving forward. disarm yourself of responsibility for all these deaths. Ask God to bring you through this and to protect the family you have left. Pray for protection over your family every day. For Safety. We don't know what we are protected from if we didn't Pray. It is so easy to wonder who you will lose next. We all feel this way even if we lose one person. Speak words of encouragement and strength over yourself and your family every day. This is you Blessing yourself and your family.

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