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Death and Grieving Coping with loss is difficult at any age, but you are not alone during this difficult time. Reach out to other users in this forum.

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I don't even know whats wrong - May 21st 2014, 02:24 AM

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I decided to come to this forum today, because I cannot talk to a person face to face about my problems.

Me and my girlfriend were talking today and she told me how I was really social/upbeat/happy in general back in my elementary years. My ADD conflicts with my memory, so I vaguely remember that period of time. When I got home, I just could not stop thinking about that I used to be a part of the "popular crowd." What had happened? Here I am now, failing school, antisocial, and unemotional. I honestly could not give a crap about school, I'm failing with F's that just keep going lower and lower. I finally decided this was a problem, and went to my doctor. She had told me I had something called "incomplete grieving." I had told her things were completely fine before the fifth grade. She asked what had happened in fifth grade, and I told her my grandfather died. And I said 3 years later, my dad died. In middle school, I still somewhat cared about school. 9th grade, don't even care. I put the pieces together, and it had to be true, right? The problem is, I don't feel like I'm still "grieving." I will admit, I did try my best to conceal my emotions when both situations happened. I cry time to time, but it's not chronic. What do I do? I'm so confused.
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Re: I don't even know whats wrong - May 21st 2014, 08:36 PM

I am not going to try and say that I know what you went through but, i guess you could try revisiting there place of rest(Grave, urn, etc.) and let out your feelings out there and just act like if somebody was listening or is listening... I do not know but it might work. I hope i help in some kinda way. I wish you luck... I guess.
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