11 comments on “A Slight Lull in Playtime

    • Thank you, I appreciate that. I wrote here because I know you all will understand. I’m doing my best to continue to be open and talking. If I stop and hold things in, severe depression is going to build. I’m glad we have this place to be real in all that goes on in our lives.

      • It is huge that you know and can address when and how the depression sets in. That has been a huge step forward in our relationship. I know it’s hard to talk but do it here. Do it verbally. Just do it. Es we are here to listen. Hug. Support.

  1. I’m so sorry to learn of the loss of your brother. Concentrate on the positive times you remember with him and keep his memory alive.

    • I think this really must be the chaos before the calm… or so I’m hoping. Thank you for your thoughts, it really does mean a lot to me. Especially when I am unable to work out traveling to the Midwest to attend my brothers funeral services.

  2. Sorry to hear about your loss. It is always difficult to lose a loved one. Its seems trite to write this but concentrate on celebrating your brother’s life, remembering the good times. Think how he would like you to react to his passing. It will take a long time to deal with it all as the feeling come and go and come again. It seems like you have a supportive and loving partner. Lean on him and don’t carry the sadness alone.

    • Thank you for your thoughts, George. 🙂 I feel like I’m doing rather well because I HAVE talked it through with my darling and not held it in to fester.

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