Members noname100 Posted April 13, 2010 Members Report Share Posted April 13, 2010 Hello everyone - I haven't posted here in a couple of years. My beloved daughter Erin died Nov. 24, 2005 from a seizure. It was a massive shock. She was 23 years old. I just want to ask a question of those of you who have been going through the grief process for a while. I feel completely empty inside. Like there is nothing left of me but the part that walks around. My husband left me and my divorce was final exactly a year before Erin died. I live alone. My other 2 adult kids live 25 and 40 miles away, so it isn't easy to pop over to their places. I don't have anyone to talk to. I have friends, but I feel it is to the point where I have to be careful that I don't unload on them anymore because they don't know what to do with my pain. I have been to counseling and have quit because it seemed silly to pay a person listen to me. I have been to grief support groups and that was great, but again, felt as though people were getting tired of my stuff. I can't find anyplace that I fit in. I can't find any activities that excite me. I mostly go to work, and then go home and wait for something to happen or someone to call. I have done a lot of volunteer work, but end up feeling like I don't belong. I look for something to get passionate about, but there is nothing. I have always been an introvert, so it is hard to feel as though I belong, but I really try. It just isn't working for me.What has worked for you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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