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I've been nauseated for 16 straight years. Today is one of the worse days. :(
I have medication that can help, but when I take it I get panicky and sometimes even psychotic.
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Soccorro: I avoid visiting that country. mainly because i'm afraid to see my granddads favourite spot on the couch being empty.
Everyone has their own way to cope with a siutation like this, I guess. But maybe it's necessary to "visit that country" to keep going. To close the book, find an end, take a step on the ladder of grieving. I don't want to press you into anything, but I think it would be best to think clearly and take the required steps (even if they are hard) that you think are best for you to continue living.

Posting here already is a kind of reflection. I guess you already are on the right way. Just go on trhough to the end.
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Soccorro: I avoid visiting that country. mainly because i'm afraid to see my granddads favourite spot on the couch being empty.
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toxicTom: Everyone has their own way to cope with a siutation like this, I guess. But maybe it's necessary to "visit that country" to keep going. To close the book, find an end, take a step on the ladder of grieving. I don't want to press you into anything, but I think it would be best to think clearly and take the required steps (even if they are hard) that you think are best for you to continue living.

Posting here already is a kind of reflection. I guess you already are on the right way. Just go on trhough to the end.
Agree - I'd at least consider it. It was a big relief when the wife and I visited my stepdad's grave site last year, and we've been better off since. Allowed us to get past the worst memories of his last couple days and focus more on the better times before.
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toxicTom: Everyone has their own way to cope with a siutation like this, I guess. But maybe it's necessary to "visit that country" to keep going. To close the book, find an end, take a step on the ladder of grieving. I don't want to press you into anything, but I think it would be best to think clearly and take the required steps (even if they are hard) that you think are best for you to continue living.

Posting here already is a kind of reflection. I guess you already are on the right way. Just go on trhough to the end.
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HereForTheBeer: Agree - I'd at least consider it. It was a big relief when the wife and I visited my stepdad's grave site last year, and we've been better off since. Allowed us to get past the worst memories of his last couple days and focus more on the better times before.
I don't believe your tagline :-P
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HereForTheBeer: Agree - I'd at least consider it. It was a big relief when the wife and I visited my stepdad's grave site last year, and we've been better off since. Allowed us to get past the worst memories of his last couple days and focus more on the better times before.
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toxicTom: I don't believe your tagline :-P
I have my moments...
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toxicTom: Everyone has their own way to cope with a siutation like this, I guess. But maybe it's necessary to "visit that country" to keep going. To close the book, find an end, take a step on the ladder of grieving. I don't want to press you into anything, but I think it would be best to think clearly and take the required steps (even if they are hard) that you think are best for you to continue living.

Posting here already is a kind of reflection. I guess you already are on the right way. Just go on trhough to the end.
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HereForTheBeer: Agree - I'd at least consider it. It was a big relief when the wife and I visited my stepdad's grave site last year, and we've been better off since. Allowed us to get past the worst memories of his last couple days and focus more on the better times before.
Thank you for the advice but I cannot step in front of his grave like nothing happened. I mean What i'm ging to see is the outcome of what i've wished. Of course it had to hapopen sooner or later but it happened a couple of months after our fight. When i left for germany i did not say good bye or anything, just left him there standing. he cried. Can we please stop "talking" about it, i already feel bad about it. It is a horrible feeling.
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toxicTom: I don't believe your tagline :-P
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HereForTheBeer: I have my moments...
And they betray you.

I would gift you a beer if GOG could do it :-)