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Response to Anon-C (Reply #4)

Fri Apr 8, 2022, 09:40 PM

5. That's what is wrong with this country

You mentioned you were in the service, that alone should earn someone never having to worry about a roof over their head. And never have to worry about getting WHATEVER help you need.

Guilt added to grief is the most painful experience there is to the human soul. Survivors guilt is in that category soI absolutely know how incredibly hard and painful that is. Iím so grateful I found a grief counselor to help me with this. If Iíll ever get there I donít know. But for my sonís sake I told him Iím going to fight.

He, like many males, tried to tough it out on his own. He felt something was wrong with him if he needed help. I only found that out later when I saw some notes he wrote. So much pressure on males to be the ďtough guyĒ.

I hope you are able to find help that actually HELPS.

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