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For those worrying about my marriage/mental health

Post 1

Paigetheoracle

I have, with the death of my cousin's daughter's death, discovered what has been rocking my stability to bits, for those of you concerned enough to ask over the last few weeks.

Unconsciously, the health concerns of the above has been preying on my mind. It has led to me being distracted, irritable and impatient without me being aware of the reason why. I thought my marriage was on the rocks, I flew off the handle at the dog for no good reason. Wanted to dump all social media contacts and all electronic devices, from TVs that kept going on the blink, to printers I couldn't work out how to set up or old ones that really had nothing wrong with them, yet I couldn't see what my problem was operating them. All of this because my cousin's daughter had been in a coma for a couple of months, come round again for a brief period then died on Monday, UK time.

So for all you wondering, including me up to now, this was the cause of all m my angst and confusion


For those worrying about my marriage/mental health

Post 2

Recumbentman

Sympathies, Paige smiley - rose


For those worrying about my marriage/mental health

Post 3

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

Condolences to you and the family. smiley - rose


For those worrying about my marriage/mental health

Post 4

paulh. Antisocial distancing works a well as the Social kind

A key person on my management board died last July, and the rest of us have been stressed out ever since. smiley - sadface

I totally get it. It can take a *long* time to get over someone's death. smiley - rose


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