Wednesday, December 07, 2005

It was me

I finally figured out it was me. How fucking stupid am I?? Sid, you suck as a person, a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a friend. No wonder you're all alone. You get so fucking wrapped up in yourself you don't see that others need you. Fuck I'm a damn idiot!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scattered pieces
spewing rhetoric
in this chaotic mind.

It will be here and gone before you know it. Youll get through it.
I understand the demons filling your mind with all kinds of shit.Ignore the voices, its all lies. Your not a bad person. We all think worse of ourselves.
Your a good mother, you love her and your not abusive or cruel to her, youve saved her from the hell that were going through. If shes stable youve done a hell of a better job than our parents did.

Take care,
Billy

4:56 AM, December 07, 2005  
Blogger mizeeyore said...

good grief Sid! you can stop the beatdown on yourself girl! you DO NOT suck as a person, parent,friend or whatever. you are a GREAT parent, a GREAT person, and a truly GREAT friend that i have had the pleasure of meeting thru Blogland! you are extremely intelligent, you have a caring spirit, which makes you a very LOVING mom to your daughter, and dammit you are no idiot!

you are not alone hon...you have us fellow loonies to keep you company so there LOL

take care of yourself because there is only one YOU!

Hugs
((((((((((((((Sid)))))))))))))))

love ya
genelle

9:20 AM, December 07, 2005  
Blogger marie said...

Sid, don't be so hard on yourself! I can relate here! I have recently been accused of being non-functional and I like a dumbass I believed her! Don't believe the lies.

You have us and your daughter! Feel better soon.

P.S What is DBT?

2:31 PM, December 07, 2005  
Blogger The Mass Defective said...

DBT is Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. It was originally designed for those with Borderline, but has shown to be helpful for other mental illnesses. It's a therapy that teachs you mindfulness (which just means teaching you to stay in the moment), plus how to manage stress, relationships and emotions. It's definitely difficult to change old habits and learn new coping skills, but I've been told this is my best shot at wellness so I'm going.

12:45 AM, December 08, 2005  

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