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Month: April 2012


It’s a funny thing grief. Especially if there’s no obvious reason for it – like someone you love dying, or losing something that’s so important to you that you just can’t stand it anymore. Except… I was reading a post on depression recently – one where the woman talked about thinking she was out of the woods, but instead discovered she’d just found the wrong perspective. Raise your chin a bit and look…oh, more woods….and everything she was saying was what I was going through. The absolute lack of motivation – hours at a time staring at the walls in…