Growing into Me with Bipolar

I Just Can’t…


To all my lovely bloggers, I just can’t read, can’t comment, can’t do blogging. I am just here to say my daughter is in the hospital because she overdosed trying to end her life.  She is out of physical danger, and is now in a psych unit for a week or so.  Please don’t take it personally, but I just can’t even read any blogs right now, or comment or anything.  And I haven’t really wanted to post about her and this episode either.  So, just a note to let you know why I’m not really here now.

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  1. I am so sorry 😦 there are just no words for something like that….but hugs if wanted and loads of love. Thinking of you xxxxx

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  2. Damn….
    I feel your pain sweetie…
    I don’t know what to say besides that you can always find me if you need to relate with someone who won’t judge. Sending you and yours all of my Boudicca. ♥

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  3. were thinking about you all. xx

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  4. Thinking of you and your family!

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  5. I’m so sorry, take care of your daughter & yourself! Hugs & prayers

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  6. Aw Kat, you don’t need to apologise about anything. I am so sorry about your daughter and can only imagine how you must feel… no, I probably can’t imagine, but please know you are in my thoughts.

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  7. Sending support during this hard time and wishing the very best for your daughter ❤

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  8. In times like these, you need to focus inwards. You and your daughter are the most important priorities right now (plus any other close family members or friends). Don’t even worry for a second about the blogosphere. We will be here when you get back. My thoughts are with you.

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  9. So sorry about your daughter. I have a son who is BP and worry about him and me. Take care of yourself.

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  10. I’m really sad to hear this. I know it’s painful and scary for both of you and you are most definitely in my thoughts kat.

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  11. Aw, sweetie, I am so sorry to hear. Know that you are enveloped in my healing love. Hoping to hear good news soon…. I know it will take time. ❤

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  12. thanks for your words, they are sincerely appreciated. am hoping she will do IOP after discharge. hope you and the rv are having a great time, even if you are at home.

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  13. I’m so sorry to hear what you’ve been going through, and sorry that your daughter is struggling also. Please know my thoughts are with you both and do not hesitate to contact me should I be able to help in any way! xxx

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