Well mine isn't over breaking up. My son got really sick and we needed a bunch of test that we couldn't afford. He was old enough to be considered his own head of house but I couldn't ever get a straight answer out of anyone I talked to no matter how many times I called back to talk to someone else. It took me months to get it straight when he needed the test right away. I can't cry it gives me migraines very bad, but I have never felt so helpless in my life and my heart was broken!!!
He is doing better now thanks. Just remember its not worth crying over a man if he makes you cry then he doesn't love you and you are worth being put on a pedestal!! The one who will do that is out there be patient. You will find each other. Maybe you bother are still learning the life lessons you need to be together.
Yea but it was cuz of health issues, it hurts more actually.
No. I don't need a relationship/friendship to feel that way, unfortunately.
Yes, I have. Crying it out though...can be very helpful. It's part of the grief process of losing a friend or partner, etc.
Yes. But it wasn't over a relationship of any type. It was a life situation.
Not in many Years.
You know, I'm generally a positive person. But over the last month, I've been really knocked around, emotionally speaking. My contract at my job finished (it was the best job ever). They wanted to keep me, but I was replacing someone who returned from leave, so there's no position available at the moment. All parties hope I'll be back soon.
Anyway, I was devastated to leave. It was a fantastic working environment and my coworkers were amazing. I've started a new job now, which I'm happy in, but I still miss my old work terribly. The time when I was leaving my job was one of the worst times of my life. I was so upset (and I'm not usually a 'crier'). The worst part was that I couldn't really cry at work, so I'd just come home and cry myself to sleep. Probably for a good three weeks (lol).
You can say that it's just a job, but there was such a sense of community there, that it felt like a second family. I just feel such a sense of loss, even though people have promised to keep in touch.
Thanks ... are you OK? It's kind of a depressing question :(
Yes, but..it wasn't the tears that I could have drowned in...but my sorrow.