Rough Weekend:

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This weekend has been rough. I felt like I was drowning. I felt so alone and yet I had so many questions. I had to get away to take some time for myself and make some decisions that I felt were best for me. When you give your all to people and you feel like you are getting nothing back it’s hurtful. When you are there for everyone but no one is there for you. When all you need is a minute to grieve and you can’t get it. All you need is someone to ask how you are doing but it never comes. Hey, are you hungry? I know that I don’t always communicate the best but at some point, you have to ask yourself why am I here? Why do I do what I do for people? Is it possible that people are that shallow? When do you become a priority? I did a lot of soul searching and a lot of thinking. I have to do what is best for me because no one has you as you do. It’s sad to be in this place but trust me I will come out strong. I’m not taking me for granted anymore.

6 thoughts on “Rough Weekend:

  1. Praying that you feel better soon. Sometimes people don’t know how we are feeling. But you have to take care of yourself so you CAN be there for others. Take some time out, breathe and do a few things that YOU LOVE to do. Take care.

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  2. If a person is going through an extended period of emotional turmoil, some people are afraid to ask how they’re doing or if they need help because they don’t want the person who might need help to feel nagged or pushed at. Others can easily become uncertain when they don’t know whether help is desired or space is needed. Unfortunately, friends often make the wrong decision. Sorry to hear you’re going through this. I’ve “been there.”

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