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 Do i need help or is it natural?
i don't want to see a doctor or tell my parents but i think there might be somthing wrong, like three weeks ago i really upset my grandparents when i got angry @ them trying to run my life and ...

 I just popped four valliums and a bendrly along with a bottle of winek how shojuld i be feeling?

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 What can i do? i am so worried about everything all the time?
I am so worried about everything i can help it. I try not 2 be like that but i just am. when my grandpa died my life went down hil.
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i am depressed alot 2 and i have a ...

 What are you thinking about right now!?
im thinking about a certain someone....oo i love him but ooo i hate him too so confusing!!...

 Iam very depressed. What reason is there to be happy?

 I need your help!?
If you could, could you read some of my questions and info. about the 14 year old boy. My husband found some stuff in his pants a few days ago. I talked to him about this and my husband has kicked ...

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 Is anyone as lonely and depressed as me this christmas eve?
I am watching repeats of british sitcoms at 6pm on christmas eve on my own and I feel gut-wrenchingly lonely and depressed. Anyone else feel like this?
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 Can anyone give me a reason to stay alive?
i have two more things to lose; my freedopm and my life. i am tired of being a ...

 What are ways that i can fight depression?
im 13 and i have alot of depression in my life. Like dealing with my fathers death, my mothers remarrige, my mothers sickness, my weight, my low self esteem, etc. i have alot going on and i have a BAD...

 I wanna die?
I want to die.
I'm 13 and in the 8th grade. I've always hated school. A year ago my old therapist told me I have a slight case of depression, now I'm sure that it's ...

 Why can't I grieve?
My mother died three weeks ago but although I loved her and thought the world of her and miss her terribly, I can't grieve. I can't even cry. I am unable to even form a picture of her in ...

 How do I rid myself of the pain and anger I am holding?
It's killing me....

How do you deal with depression? I've had fuoxetine tablets, counselling but none have worked. I feel constantly anxious all the time and i dread being in social situations. This is particularly ...

 Has my neighbour got mental health problems?
He has recently started parking his caravan in his own driveway then wheel-clamps it himself. Should I get Social Services involved?


 How do people with severe mental illness make it without suiciding?
I'm wondering if there are other people out there who have bipolar disorder or some other severe mental illness and none of the meds really work for them? And how they make it?I obsess about ...

 How can i awake early in the morning?

its driving me nuuts! everything is triggering me off! WHATS WRONG WITH ME?? WHEN WILL IT END???...

 Does the thought of death scare you more than anything?
Do you ever lay awake at night, or when you're bored, and start thinking about death and wondering if their is life after death and then you get really scared if there isn't because you ...

 How can I stop talking to myself it's really annoying!?
Some times when I'm thinking I realise I'm talking out loud.
Or I find myself going over situations in my head over and over again why is this....

How do i get over the loss of a loved one?
i reacently lost my baby neice who i loved like my own she was 7 weeks old and i cant stop the pain from hurting i miss her so much has any one got any tips on how to get over something like this please help

try these:

1; Yoga, try sitting in a quite place, thinking nothing except your niece, try talk with her like in real, after that, i grauntee u feel better,

2; listen to some relaxing music
3; try talking with others about some happy things
4;just go and get some sleep, may be your not getting enough sleep and ur actually getting sadder and sadder

I am very sorry to hear of your sad loss. All you can do is let time take it's course. Things will improve over time.

other children, people and things in your life need you love. don't waste your energy focusing on the one(I know you love her very much but the fact is, she's dead and there's nothing you can do about it)
that's no longer there. keep yourself in the hurting state for as long as possible is not the way to prove your love for her.

Jason A
gosh - how sad. the truth is you need to grieve -dont bottle it up , let it out. talk to people- those in a similar situation will have a better understanding and empathy for what your going through.
and the real truth is that while time will help there will always be some pain , thats what happens when you truly love someone- you will always love and miss them. lost my mom 14 years ago and i still think of what might of been and how mom never met my wonderfull partner or saw my two beautiful daughters. life goes on and is very precious. seize the day.

im very sorry for your loss.i lost my unborn baby .and i can tell u that time doesnt heal all wounds but it makes it better and easier to handle the pain.and it helps a little when u think about the place your baby neice is now, a good place where she wont be treated wrong.nobody knows why something takes lives and especially young lives,but nobody dies without a reason.it is a very painfull and hard time,but she wouldnt want anybody to be sad,im shure.and when u think the pain is almost killing u then do something that she would have liked. i know all that is no comfort for u but maybe it is a little help..

The Great Nothing
Try to do selfless things. This shall heal you, besides time is the greatest healer. I lost my father in my arms and it took me nearly 3 years to recover and I was doing all selfless tasks during this time, hope you can recover in weeks only. The more time you spend with someone deeper is the pain of loss. Life goes on happen what may, just look around and do something which dont concerns you, but makes a positive change for someone else.

Ladder Captain-29
You will never get over the pain but you will learn to control it- I lost my dad first, then 9 years later lost my mom and sometimes for no reason I cry because I miss them so and it comes mostly when I'm by myself-- love is always in the heart and memories will always be with you---- Sorry for your loss

Peter M
The only thing that will help is time, allow your self to be upset, its normal and natural. The pain will always be there but will lessen with time. Pain is the price we pay for loving someone. Talk to people about it. Have a check in your local area for bereavement support groups, if you are in the UK try Compassionate Friends, they deal specifically with child death. Hope this helps.

Time is the only answer even then it still hurts when you least expect it to.Just try to be positive and remember the short time you both had together.It truly does become easier.Good luck and best wishes.

try to do something that takes ur mind off her i know its hard because ive lost someone close to me to but u just got to stop thiking about it everythings going to be ok dont worry.

Thank God that you had a good time with your niece and praise Him that she is in a better place.

Dana S
sorry to hear about your lost i lost a husband he was a ex thoe but he was my first love it was hard to not show emotions because i was in a relation with another man at the time of his untimely death we have two children together me and the ex its been over five years now i still get emotionall thinking about him but timeis the key word here. my best friend lost her child some time ago i use to baby sit that child when he died it was the sadest day in my life but here we go with time time heels all wounds

You don't. Time just helps you accept it more.

You just have to take one day at a time and some days hurt more than others. I lost my mum in March. She died from cancer 3 months after we were told she had it. I nursed her for these 3 months and I am lost without her. I miss her terribly and think I always will. But you learn to cope with it. I dont want to not miss her or forget her I am just learning to live without her. Good luck and remember the good times not the bad.

No one can help you get over this kind of pain. Its gonna take time for something so tragic. Im so sorry to hear that. I cant imagine how bad youre hurting, thats so sad. Its gonna take time, thats all. Youll never forget her, itll just get easier to deal with.

There is no one way to grieve, every person goes thru the stages of grief differently and at their own pace.

How To Find A Grief Support Group
Call your telephone operator and ask for the numbers for your local mental health association and your local suicide prevention center. Both types of agency have good grief referral lists. You need not be suicidal to get a grief referral from a suicide prevention center.
Use the Yellow Pages and call hospitals and hospices near you. Ask to speak with the Bereavement Coordinator, Social Worker, or Chaplain's Office to get a local grief referral. Many hospitals and hospices provide grief support to clients for up to one year following a death and offer groups to the general public.
If you are mourning the death of a child, check the national office of the Compassionate Friends to see if there is a group near you.

God Bless!

only time will heal the wound. Best of luck

its hard ,u just have to except your loss and in time u will get over your it and learn to live with your loss sorry for what has happened good luck I hope this brought u comfort have a wonderful week

You need to have a strong faith in God and the afterlife in order to believe fully that she still lives on as a spirit. Human beings have a tendency to complicate that which we don't understand. If you can't find comfort in religion then find comfort in something more tangible. I found comfort within a subject directly related to the afterlife. The answer you seek may be found in the study of paranormal research. You may not believe me, but I've seen ghosts. Five to be exact. My first encounter was with a young teenager who may have been killed in a gang related incident in the neighborhood I was living in at the time. Do searches on yahoo for "ghost orbs" and "evp ghost voices". My sincerest sorrow for the absence of your neice in your life. One day you will both be reunited.

Glama Girly
Unfortunately, one never fully gets over a loss of a loved one. Time will heal and gradually it won't hurt quite as much. At the present time, maybe to get your mind on to other things may help. There are many people out there, who need our assistance, such as the elderly, etc, and while we are still here, we can always give it to them.

First of all, let me express how tragic your loss is and how sorry I feel to hear of your pain. Others have told you the truth, that you never do get over the death of a loved one, you just learn to live your life around the fact that they're gone. Time helps, but in the case of death, it doesn't heal. There is an outstanding brochure entitled "When Someone You Love Dies" published by Jehovah's Witnesses. Put aside any prejudged ideas about their religion (if you have negative ideas about them) and obtain this beautiful brochure. No matter who or what you are spiritually, this brochure will validate your intense emotions and bring you some comfort and hope. It's free, by the way. Just write and request it. 25 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201-2483.

mr. M
just accept it..and look for the good/bright side why she was not able to live here on earth..maybe GOD has other purpose..!!

I am sorry to hear about the loss. Best way to remember is to keep a nice smiling pic of hers visible to you , and get on with your work. The pic is going to keep you motivated and in the end of course TIME , the greatest remedy of them all !

My wishes and sympathies

Sam H
maybe try to find some sort of comfort, and an unfailing love from the Bible

type in love in the below site and read something about a God who loves you unconditionally and give you a hope and an inspiration for the future

Georgie's Girl
you said she died recently, so why are you trying so hard to get over it. allow yourself time to grieve and don't feel guilty for it. there is no cure, time will lessen the pain but it will never go.

I am sorry for your loss, that has to be so hard....just know that time does wonders with healing and just know its time that will take away the worst of this pain you feel. Let out what you feel and take the time to grieve. Dont lose yourself in the whole grieving process either, try doing things for yourself for comfort (not eating, drinking etc) but something like a nice walk or something you enjoy. Remember the good things you did get to share and know that she is in a safe and loving place.
Take care

♥ღღElke ღღ♥
I`m so sorry for your loss....(hugs)

Five Stages Of Grief
Denial and Isolation.
At first, we tend to deny the loss has taken place, and may withdraw from our usual social contacts. This stage may last a few moments, or longer.
The grieving person may then be furious at the person who inflicted the hurt (even if she's dead), or at the world, for letting it happen. He may be angry with himself for letting the event take place, even if, realistically, nothing could have stopped it.
Now the grieving person may make bargains with God, asking, "If I do this, will you take away the loss?"
The person feels numb, although anger and sadness may remain underneath.
This is when the anger, sadness and mourning have tapered off. The person simply accepts the reality of the loss.
Grief And Stress
During grief, it is common to have many conflicting feelings. Sorrow, anger, loneliness, sadness, shame, anxiety, and guilt often accompany serious losses. Having so many strong feelings can be very stressful.

Yet denying the feelings, and failing to work through the five stages of grief, is harder on the body and mind than going through them. When people suggest "looking on the bright side," or other ways of cutting off difficult feelings, the grieving person may feel pressured to hide or deny these emotions. Then it will take longer for healing to take place.

Recovering From Grief
Grieving and its stresses pass more quickly, with good self-care habits. It helps to have a close circle of family or friends. It also helps to eat a balanced diet, drink enough non-alcoholic fluids, get exercise and rest.

Most people are unprepared for grief, since so often, tragedy strikes suddenly, without warning. If good self-care habits are always practiced, it helps the person to deal with the pain and shock of loss until acceptance is reached.

sorry 2 say this but you can never get over this time will ease the pain but there will always be that gap in your life as she was so young and every1 was just getting used 2 her being around i am very sorry for your lose take care of your self

Time, honey. There's really nothing but time to heal that wound. After awhile, it won't hurt so much to remember her, and then finally it will be pleasant to remember the good things, and the bad will fade to a mild regret.

I lost My Steve nine months ago, and it was just the other day I was talking to a friend of mine whose husband is a POW in the drug war, who is expected home in December. She was saying how bad she missed her husband. I said, I miss mine, too, but the difference is he's not coming back. I started to cry, and she hugged me, and we both realized that was the first time I had said that out loud. No, he's not coming back. It's not a question of whether or not I can face it; it is a fact.

I lost my Father alamost 1 year ago , while i was 6 months Pregnant , .. It's a Very very hard thing to over come , when you lose someone So very close you. Crying helps , you must get it all out , never hold thoses tears in, just let them flow , Time will Heal all , an it seems to take forever I know. If your like me , an crying just dont seem to work , Go talk to Someone , they have many Free Mental Health places for people to just go talk an let it out. I tell ya Talking to someone , outside of the family Helps alot. It gives you a chance to just let it all out. I hope I may have been of some help.

Hang in there Honey. I am very sorry for you loss.

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Last year I lost my baby daughter, she was only a few hours old. The anger I felt at the world was indescribable, especially when I thought of people that were cruel to children or when I thought of women abusing drugs and alcohol during pregnancy, because I did everything by the book and this precious little gift was taken from us. The only thing I can say sweetheart, is that you do not really get over it, the pain gets easier. You will never forget your Niece. Try and think of her as very special, a wee angel who will always be with you. I know that when my special girls 1st birthday came, my husband and I were dreading it, but we decided to make it happy and put some lovely bright flowers at her grave and took a private time to remember her. National baby Loss awareness Day is October 15th, when people all over UK light a candle and let go of balloons, at organised events or in private. We took part privately last year and so did many of our friends and family, I found it very comforting.

My thoughts are with you and the parents of your niece.

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