Hey all. I’ll admit, I’ve hit a bit of a wall. It’s not a writers block per say, I just find myself needing some sage advice…unfortunately, I don’t have any wise, 40 year old, virgin friends, so I’m asking you bunch of yahoos first. Because, for some reason, I value you guys input. No idea why, you bunch of bakas.😣 All jokes aside, I could really use everyone’s input.
To put it bluntly, I am not very good at dealing with emotional distress. The way I handle my emotions is probably not considered healthy. That being said, I would prefer to ask others opinions on how to deal with grief. I’m not asking for the online Bing or Google responses on the stages of grief, or whatever. Honestly, while I can see how that can work in theory for most cases, I don’t think that relying on something like that would work. Especially when the person in question is born with an emotional instability, watched his brother murder his family and friends, and been stewing on that for eight years. I personally think that when finally taking that step to properly grieve (I know there are many ways to ‘properly grieve’) and come to terms with what happened, it’s best to go to the place where the person’s loved ones lay and air out whatever is on their hearts, whether that is pain and tears, or whatever else. But, I am horrible with emotional issues and distress, so that’s probably the worst way to deal with it.
So I’m begging you guys, please give your takes on this. And if you can, ask anyone else you think might have an idea. I do value the community’s thoughts, that part wasn’t a joke. If I don’t get any response within the next week, I’ll just do it as I originally planned. If my thoughts on the matter cause you to think it’s not well written, then I can’t do anything about it.