MrShkreliRS2 karma2019-08-09 16:36:49 UTC
In the past few years, I've lost a very high amount of friends through both suicide and accidental overdoses. (7, by my counting.)
I'm fairly young, so to lose this many people is a little out of the ordinary. I've started to honestly become a little numb to it.
That being said, my question is:
What effect can sustained, regular grief have on a person? It's been non stop, every few months, someone dies.
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MrShkreliRS1 karma2019-08-10 08:56:03 UTC
I really appreciate the response. For the past few months I haven't had the close kinship that people feel when surrounded by friends, and I haven't been able to figure out why. This makes sense and I'll be bringing it up in therapy. It makes so much sense, feels like its been right in front of me.
Thank you again, seriously.
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