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stillbroken

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    Male
  • Location
    Sterling, VA
  • Loss Type
    father's death
  • Angel Date
    02/06/1972
  1. Watched my father dying of a heart attack when I was 14 and he was 51. Tried to help him, but in vain. It was beyond horrible, easily the most dreadful thing I have ever experienced, I have struggled to push forward in life in spite of it, growing up with a cold and distant mother in the aftermath as well. I've been married to an exquisitely beautiful and wonderful woman for over thirty years, in spite of the pain and hell I have caused her far too often. I have two impeccably fantastic sons, ages 24 and 28. I finished high school with a 3.8 GPA, graduated from University of Virginia with Distinction on a financial need/academic scholarship, graduated with honors from computer school, and have persevered for thirty-five years in a career field totally unsuited for me. We have less than two years before our mortgage is paid off, and five years maximum before we both retire. Sometimes I wonder how I've managed to do it, and sometimes still wonder if I can see things through- like today, when I am in the midst of a debilitating depression. I know very clearly why I've been so wretchedly dejected and depressed for so much of my life, why I suffer PTSD in some situations, but that's been of little help. Sometimes I feel like just driving off somewhere, taking a hike to a beautiful location, sitting down, and just gradually dying. There is so much I want to do in life, so many important and significant things I feel motivated, driven, compelled, and uniquely able to accomplish. But the hole inside me just gets bigger all the time, and gradually eats away at all of those things like a caustic acid. I don't know what to do, and I desperately wish I could figure it out.
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