martina houser
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At 5:43pm on January 27, 2009, Melissa said…
You are so inspirational. But its just hard to deal with everything at once such as school, family, and friends dying but thanks to another lady on hear i am getting the help i need. Its just things never seem to go my way but i am learning lifes never going to go your way but you got to make the best of what you got. I just got to get over my personal battles first. Main problem is cutting. But thanks to my dad and adopted sister i am not doing it much any more. I am finding other things to do instead. I find that listening to music and reading really helps me alot. But thanks for the message and feel free to contact me any time. And i dont think your just a old person who doesnt know how i feel. I found that alot of people of all ages have experienced something like i am going through and know of ways to cope. Thanks again and i hope to hear from you soon!!!
At 4:25pm on January 27, 2009, martina houser said…
Hello, I was searching for my mom's obituary to make copies for all the letters I need to write and I found this website and began reading so many of the stories of all of you and it was the first sensation I have felt since my mother's death that was comforting at all. This is a hard time and I agree with one of the members, you don't get over a loss, you just simply learn to live with it....hopefully. I can relate to most of your stories with the exception of loss of a child or spouse. Gratefully, I have not dealt with those losses but I can relate to friends and family losses. I have had many in my 39years and it has been especially hard in the last 10 years. The most recent was the lost of my mother on 12/14/08. I cared for her at my home until she succumbed to her illness. It was the hardest thing to do, but I know in my heart the right thing to do. I haven't been able to grieve openly because I have a 3 year old that means more than anything else to me so I don't like upsetting her. I can say being an ER nurse and knowing the impact that a child CPR has on the staff that is involved is so overwhelming that I can not imagine the grief the parents/family deal with. I just don't know what I would do if I loss my daughter, my heart goes out especially to those who have lost a child. Thank you for all of the honest, heartfelt stories all of you have shared, they mean so much to me.
 
 
 

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