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To just go somewhere and scream till my voice runs out...

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sophisticatedsarcasm · 26/09/2018 22:44

Had quite the week, started last Wednesday morning when my Nan passed away unexpectedly. Trying to be strong for my mum, And my kids. My DP is getting on every nerve I have. I’m not sure if it’s just because it’s time of the month mixed with grief but I’m not sure how much more I can take. Then to top it off today my DS 10 who’s autistic just tells us before he goes to bed that he had an incident with at school with one of the little fuckers who will not leave him alone. We were not told about this and yet again my DS was told to say sorry for something he didn’t do. So on top of trying to come to terms with his grandmas death he’s got to deal with little shits at school who actually know what’s going on. The school haven’t informed us and now he’s saying he doesn’t want to go to school. I’m not an emotional person and have yet to cry, I’ve had several panic and anxiety attacks. I just feel like going somewhere and screaming at the top of my lungs.

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GreenMeerkat · 26/09/2018 22:45

Do it!! Might make you feel better.

My nan passed away yesterday Sad. Am sorry for your loss Thanks

HeyNumber2 · 26/09/2018 22:48

Yes go and do it. I want to go to one of those howl at the moon nights. You don’t have to be strong all the time.sorry about your nan

ProudThrilledHappy · 26/09/2018 22:51

Go and do it. A thick pillow will also muffle a long hearty scream quite well.

Then you can go into school and deal with them calmly for your ds.
Very sorry for your loss Flowers

AnoukSpirit · 27/09/2018 21:27

That is a really shit week. I'm so sorry.

Being able to go somewhere and scream might actually help. As long as it's not somewhere you might make somebody panic. But otherwise, yes. I've done it. It helped a bit, mostly to stop things from building even more.

MonoClue · 27/09/2018 21:42

Flowers sorry for your loss. Do what you need to do to get yourself through this time.

gothefcktosleep · 27/09/2018 21:46

OP I will come with you.


stopfuckingshoutingatme · 27/09/2018 21:46

It’s just too much OP
I feel the same and for less serious issues

You can only deal with one thing and one day at a time

The grief and family care will work themselves out

The bullying is a challenge but best dealt with tomorrow with a cooler head and some sleep . A legal istic and calmer approach will pay dividends and you need to be calm for it . It can wait a few days x

So sorry for your loss Flowers

stopfuckingshoutingatme · 27/09/2018 21:47

And keep him off tomorrow if you can xx have a duvet day

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