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Truth is hard!
by: Anonymous

I mean this with all due respect that you need to see a therapist to get your mind clear. I apologize that I could not read your entire letter as it was way too long and consuming.

You need to remember that the only person you can control is yourself. I am 60 years old this month and thru therapy I have worked really hard at what I needed to change.

From what I read of your letter you need to take responsibility for what you have contributed as to why people do not want you in their lives. That is a very hard thing to do but even if you can't make amends with everyone in your family at least you know that you did the mental work that you needed to do.

Between now and dead... as a friend of mine says ....what do you want your life to be? Do you want to leave a legacy for your family of Happiness sadness or regret? I have a great church and a good support system and that's something you need to search out.

It seems like you're blaming everyone else except yourself. I used to do that as well.

Take responsibility for yourself. Get a good therapist and psychiatrist and be evaluated for what is going on. And take your medications for your emotional distress as I had to accept my diagnosis which I will not share here. I am the happiest I've been in my whole life.

Good luck and all this starts with you looking in the mirror and taking responsibility for what you have done and stop blaming everyone else.

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