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AlexElm

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Okay, note to self. The person on the bus who looks exactly like someone you knew is NOT THE SAME ONE WHO DIED. FUCK. Sorry. Okay let me explain the situation a bit better. I once knew a woman called Melinda right? The one who passed away in the car accident and today I saw a person exactly like her, just with slight changes.*

As you can imagine, I was absolutely shocked. Legs shaking and on te verge of crying I talk to her and when I realized she WASNT Melinda, I smiled and walked into the nearest bathroom. And basked my eyes out. Depression is starting to kick in again and again I find the need to have a reason to live and talk to someone I could trust in person.

I need to calm down, get my shit together and pretend nothings wrong with me. Now that I think about it, this is a pretty rare situation isn't it? Honestly, what are the fucking chances that this would happen? FUCK. I need help!
 

Julia-C

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Okay, note to self. The person on the bus who looks exactly like someone you knew is NOT THE SAME ONE WHO DIED. FUCK. Sorry. Okay let me explain the situation a bit better. I once knew a woman called Melinda right? The one who passed away in the car accident and today I saw a person exactly like her, just with slight changes.*
That really freaks me out when that happens.

As you can imagine, I was absolutely shocked. Legs shaking and on the verge of crying I talk to her and when I realized she WASNT Melinda, I smiled and walked into the nearest bathroom. And basked my eyes out. Depression is starting to kick in again and again I find the need to have a reason to live and talk to someone I could trust in person.
That's a completely understandable reaction. I hope you find someone you can trust and talk to in person. Who was Melinda to you? If you don't mind talking about her.

I need to calm down, get my shit together and pretend nothings wrong with me. Now that I think about it, this is a pretty rare situation isn't it? Honestly, what are the fucking chances that this would happen? FUCK. I need help!
It happens more often then you think. I have experienced similar event several times in my life, and probably once a year or so.

I hope you start to feel better. :hug:
 

AlexElm

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She was a friend ever since I was little and after a while, I grew pretty fond of her. She was the one person I could talk to and she was the one shoulder I could "cry" on. One person I could trust completely.

Then she passed away from a car crash and I found out 2 weeks later.
 
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