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I know this will sound horribly clingy and all, but I need to ask, for my own peace of mind at least:

The last several posts I've made haven't received any comments. And since there's no sign of life from pepole, I'm having a bit of a panic attack. In the interest of nipping If people are just busy or burned out on the heavy, I'm not complaining. But since no one is commenting I'm having a sort of mini-panic attack. Everyone's okay, right? There's not some mysterious virus sweeping through everywhere but the greater NYC metro? Also, have I offended people or anything?

I get that people may be busy or traveling from the long weekend, or maybe they're just too long. This is really not me whinging for comments. I just want to make sure everything's fine with people.

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marta_bee
Oct. 12th, 2012 04:56 am (UTC)
Thanks everyone, for checking in. I'm honestly not trying to round up more comments or everything. It's just that sometimes I need to hear that people are still out there to put my mind at ease. I've been a bit down at the moment since the cool weather is reminding me of a sad anniversary and the holidays more generally. I get like this sometimes - I'll *know* that people are all right and still out there, but I'll need to actually hear from them to convince me deep down.

(Yes, I really am that neurotic at times. The last several years have been difficult, and it can lead to a truly screwed-up headspace.)
lindahoyland
Oct. 12th, 2012 06:18 am (UTC)
Hugs.Anniversaries can be really difficult.The weather this year was just like it was at the time I lost my Mum and it makes the anniversary worse.I worry about my friends if I don't hear from them.
aearwen2
Oct. 12th, 2012 05:24 pm (UTC)
I know what you mean. Thanksgiving is a bitter-sweet holiday for me, as my mom died just a few days separated from it. I try to mitigate that my letting thanksgiving give me an excuse to remember my mom with gratitude for all the ways in which she helped me become the person I am today. Otherwise, I'm afraid, I'd be no good to anybody at all - and the dinner would never get done.

Hang in there. You'll make sense of it eventually.
aearwen2
Oct. 12th, 2012 05:25 pm (UTC)
I know what you mean. Thanksgiving is a bitter-sweet holiday for me, as my mom died just a few days separated from it. I try to mitigate that by letting thanksgiving give me an excuse to remember my mom with gratitude for all the ways in which she helped me become the person I am today. Otherwise, I'm afraid, I'd be no good to anybody at all - and the dinner would never get done.

Hang in there. You'll make sense of it eventually.

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