People confirming your memories
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Sad  People confirming your memories
Doo you still have a part of you, after many many years, that thinks "there is no way in hell a person could survive what is in this crazy head.

Then someone says something to confirm it

And someone else confirms another chapter with information you didn't know.

And then... again.

I just want to scream and cry and my head is sooooo out of control. I kept busy today but it was so hard not to just sit down and get f*ck*ng drunk. That wasn't a safe idea. But I cannot shut up the screams.
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09-13-2018, 02:24 AM
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RE: People confirming your memories
it hasn't happened to me for a long while, but i remember the jolt the first time it happened. i really went into a spiral downward and was shook up for quite a while. (and to make matters worse, my t was on vacation that week)

it's good you didn't give in to the impulse to get drunk. i wish i knew how to shut up the screams, or to give them a healthier outlet.

having something confirmed is really difficult to deal with. sending you as much positive energy as i can - and hoping you can find some quiet
09-13-2018, 09:35 AM
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RE: People confirming your memories
It is not the first time it has happened. However, this memory has been confirmed 3 times. Plus the damage done when I fell off my bike twice caused me to relive it gain and again. It has been a stinky cheese summer and we got our first day of snow on September 12.
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09-14-2018, 12:01 AM
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