Your Method?

Have you experienced the pain of losing someone close to you? Do you grieve over the death of someone you knew? Here is a safe place to seek support.

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Your Method?

Post by SirPostAlot » Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:04 pm

I found this list of the top 5 ways to grieve and just thought i would see how you all cope...



personally i am most likily to clean when i get sad/mourn/etc

i usually clean and give a good cry while i am cleaning...

i also have a tendency to grab chips or something while i am crying and cleaning and then, but 99.9% of the time i am cleaning (weither i am crying or eating or w/e) so cleaning is my most common way of mourning)



my least way is sociliaizing...

though i go to friends, its usually after the case of me personally finding my own balance



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Re: Your Method?

Post by four » Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:43 pm

I am gonna go with drinking.
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Re: Your Method?

Post by SirPostAlot » Fri Feb 16, 2007 12:47 am

hmm interesting ~ that would be a high one but it wasn't on the list that had the most common...

perhaps they included it in "eating"?



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Re: Your Method?

Post by anonymous08 » Tue Feb 20, 2007 3:03 pm

most likely to cry by myself. or cut by myself.



least likely to exercise.



and i totally thought drinking would be on there - i don't think it falls under eating.

maybe there's an unspoken vote for self harm behaviors.

four and i would take that one.
You couldn't be suicidal if your life depended on it.



there i go again, pretending that i'll fall

don't call the doctors!

they've seen it all before

they'll say just let her crash and burn

she'll learn

the attention just encourages her.

- Dresden Dolls "Girl Anachronism"


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Re: Your Method?

Post by Breathe_In_For_Luck7 » Sun Mar 04, 2007 5:19 pm

When my dog died, the first day I stayed up until 3 in the morning completely cleaning the dining room, kitchen , and bathrooms. I reorganized the cupboards too.

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Re: Your Method?

Post by Wheretogo » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:49 pm

none of the above. I either move on or i dont.
Why give up, why give in?

It's not enough, it never is.

So I will go on until
the end.

We've become desolate.

It's not enough, it never
is.

But I will go on until the end.

I've lost my way.

I've lost my way, but I will go on until the end.

Living is
hard enough

Without you fucking up.

Until The End - Breaking Benjamin

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Re: Your Method?

Post by SirPostAlot » Mon Mar 05, 2007 8:38 pm


none of the above. I either move on or i dont.

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so your saying that no matter what occurs in your life you don't feel sympthay or pain or depressed or anythng?



i'm just curious . . .



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Re: Your Method?

Post by Fishhead » Mon Mar 05, 2007 10:29 pm

I cook and clean, A LOT. Mainly cooking but if I run out of things to bake I'll clean. I'm probably least likely to talk to anyone, possibly text my best friend, but that's it.

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