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I am someone who is in severe manic depression right now in my life. My little eleven year old angel (Whom) was my only child passed away 35 days ago. I am having a very difficult time in how to cope with this, and I think my panic attacks are even more unbearable because my precious little girl left me so unbelievably sudden. I didn't have time to prepare myself, and most importantly I didn't have time to say goodbye to my baby.

My family, friends, and the man that I love so dearly are completely NOT knowing how to deal with me, or how to help me. I feel like everyone is trying to either figure out how to deal with me, or they are just there (More less) feeling guilty for me; so that's why they are around. I feel like they are doing it more for themselves.

The man I love and whom I have cared for for such a long period of time, is so selfish that even when I call him crying at night....he doesn't answer; and will tell me the next day that he is busy with his nephews (Who are precious as well), but it just hurts. It hurts because the VERY few people I have turned too... Keep letting me down. NOW! I mean, I don't want no one to baby me, but I find it so very selfish of him and a friend who I have always been there to just treat me that way.

They see that this is my most horrible time in my life, and they are more concerned about having to deal with me than to really just be there for me.

I miss my daughter so much that I just pray to God to let me die. There is no point for me to go on right now. There is no hope and there is no happiness anymore.

Please someone help me. Please.

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I am so unbelievably sorry for your loss. There are countless other very unfortunate people, like me, who have lost someone dear to them, and there are support groups and many resources to turn to for help. Do not lose hope, because you have yet to accomplish all that you were meant to on this earth. Think about it this way: you can still impact someone else's life, do some kind of good, and help those who have also lost once you are strong enough to. If you feel resentment towards the people who are supposed to be there for you, be those people you wish you had for someone else.


Please do not give up. Would you want her to feel the way you do if you had gone first? Of course not. I know we hear it all the time but it is true. Take it one day even one hour at a time. Find something that you can do that will make you feel better. I found walking in our local nature center alone really helped me. I would talk to the person that I had lost and no one could judge me. I would cry and laugh when I would remember certain things that we had done together. Sometimes I would be there a couple of hours. A person or group is also a good idea for some people. Just remember you are not alone. And even though I don't know you and you don't know me, you now have someone else who will be praying for you. My deepest regards go out to you and your precious daughter. I'm sure she is looking down on you and praying that you heal very soon. Smile, just even once a day just for her.


Find yourself a quiet little place and truly cry out to God. Jesus' arms ARE waiting for you. He has helped me through some pretty tough stuff. I've found that letting God being in control of my life was really the answer. I did a pretty good job on my own messing it up. Not that everything will be perfect, but HE'LL be there helping you through it all. You don't have to do it alone. And, He has put other around us too to be His arms.


You may have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It is common with grief. My husband died three years ago... Please think about therapy & talking to a doctor. Friends & family may mean well, but they are not professionally trained to help or understand grief. May communities have support groups and low-cost therapy. Good luck... You are not alone.

Star Rogers

We don't understand life at times and why certain situations may happen to us, but they say GOD doesnt give you more then you can handle. Be strong love, trust that GOD is with you. Cry out to him. It's good to have family or a man in your life that you love. But nothing is like having GOD and feeling him. Talk to him, express your feelings to him. Just don't give up. You are in my prayers and I love you!

Stacey Henzy

I am sure all you hear is it will get better, don't get me wrong it is true time heals all wounds but losing you child is very bitter. Therapy may help but only God can heal. You need to pray and I mean really pray to him to give you peace in your heart. If you dont have a home church I recommend finding one and getting plugged in to one. I love you and god loves you. Dont give up you will only get stronger and just remember your daughter is there she has not left your side so talk to her, and just remember she is walking with Jesus, and heaven is not that far away. with lots of love hope and prayers to your family


I am sincerely sorry about the loss of your precious daughter. I read all the other posts and agree that God is the answer. However, I too lost a little girl and for a while after, I felt so bitter. I had always loved and tried to serve God, and didn't really quit, but the bitterness was still there. My husband opened the Bible one day in Job and asked me to read it. At that time, I believed what it said but quite honestly (not that I'm proud of it) but I really didn't care what Job did. I wasn't Job and it wasn't stopping the pain. Now that time has past and I look back, I can see how I am stronger now. Probably because of what I went through but I sure couldn't see ANYTHING good at that time. Please just keep holding on and remember God has a purpose for you here and your daughter would want you to be happy. I know she is happy in heaven and as long as we are saved we will see our loved ones again. I will be praying for you and know that God's grace will bring you through.


Dear Original Poster (sorry, your name wasn't posted),

It's been ten days since your original post. I was just checking in to see how you were doing.

A hug from me to you...


you just completely made my problems feel so petty and I honestly needed that kind of wake-up call. i am so sorry to hear about your loss. I have two beautiful daughters myself and couldn't even imagine losing them. i hope you find everything you need to get through this. so sorry


Hello.This is for the Parent that lost her 11 year old Daughter recently.First of all I like to say that I CARE about how you feel,and I am sending you a big Hug.Secondly,I want to share with you that what has helped me when I was going through the most Horrible time of my life was,to take Vitamin Super B Complex two to three times a day,Yoga relaxation Techniques,going for a walk until I was tired,and I would take a long shower,and go to sleep.You also need to find things to do,and stay very very busy.Take care,and keep posting about what helps you feel better.

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