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Finding your terminally ill parent when they died

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Zoe1

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well maybe think of it in a different way

like a soldier is injured in battle
and he refuses emergency medical attention ?
 
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Red678

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I hope you eventually decide to seek help. You deserve to feel better.

I found it helpful to talk about my Dads death in therapy. I was able to process a lot of feelings I was holding back.

I also worked through another death that was pretty traumatic for me to witness. I didn't think I would ever get the images out of my mind and be able to move past it. But I did,with the help of my therapist.

There's no shame in not being able to "beat" something. You experienced something traumatic,there's nothing wrong in getting guidance in working through it.
I phoned my gp and I have anxiety depression together but mostly depression hes gave me numbers and websites for when I am ready to talk to someone and I am starting sertraline tomorrow
 
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Mayflower7

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Hi,
Glad you sought help, thank you for telling us.
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Hugs
 
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