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Today is hard, I honestly don’t know who else to turn to. So tearful. Why me ? I want the me back. I have lost so much since January. My independence, my driving licence, My eyesight. I can’t see life getting any better. Yes I’m here but this isn’t my life, it’s gone, been taken from me! I have 2 children who are losing their mum, bit by bit and I’m frightened by what the future holds. All I want to do is cry.
Hi KLM000, sending you a big hug to hopefully cheer you up a little.
Is there any particular reason u feel so down, or simply that your situation's got to you?
You might want to talk to someone on the helpline on 0808 808 0000, 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
My situation has just got really on top of me. It’s Father’s Day aswell, I lost my dad 9 yrs ago suddenly at 60yrs old. I just hate it all and see myself getting worse and I can’t bear it!
Ring the,helpline n talk to someone please.
You don't mention the girls' dad either.
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