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Losing your mind...

Grief can make you feel like you are losing your mind.


There are so many things I uses to do and now, I don't.


I used to read. I haven't finished a book in a long time and I have a bunch of them. I have more half way or 3/4 way finished books than you could imagine. I keep buying them, then just lose interest.


I used to make things.....candles, jewelry, etc. I have a ton of craft items I do nothing with.


It is like my mind stopped functioning, I literally felt and do feel like I have lost my mind.


But, losing a child is a trauma we face. Psychologically, and it make take a bit ( a few years I have read) to get even close to normal.


Simply put, we aren't crazy. Even though at times I feel like it. There are days when everything makes me cry and I think I am losing it. There are days when everything makes me mad and I feel like I am losing it.


They say this is temporary but truth is, it lasts a lot longer than we would think.


Regardless of all the crazy things you are feeling or the fact that you truthfully lose interest in things, cannot concentrate, remember it is normal. Your grieving, I am grieving and we aren't crazy.


Jeremiah 17:14 "Heal me, O LORD, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved: for thou [art] my praise."




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