So today I had group. It’s a DBT group. We are currently talking about interpersonal effectiveness. It’s not the first time I’ve gone through this module. I think I have a pretty firm grasp on how to ask for what I need and how to say no to unreasonable requests. But it becomes a matter, once again of how this will be interpreted by the insiders.
Scratch all that. We don’t want to talk about that. What’s really on our minds is grief. Stupid grief. Who wants to think about grief? not me, not the rest of us. But there it is anyway. There have been many deaths in the family in the past 8 months. It sucks. One was our cousin, one was our grandma and one was our uncle. Not even the bad uncle, a good uncle. It makes us very sad sometimes. especially our grandma. She was like Mrs. Claus. She looked like her and everything. She was nice and she loved us and she had rosy cheeks. We have a statue that she kept in her house of her old dog. We loved that dog too and he died. But we have his statue so we don’t miss him so much.
We have our own dog. SHe is a beagle. And we have two cats. One is plump and one is skinny The skinny one has diabetes so she has to have shots. But it doesn’t hurt her too much. Our dog is very cute. SHe sleeps a lot and she likes to play at the dog park. She really likes to play in the snow which is a good thing because we have a lot of snow in the winter in our new home. Well not in our home, but in our city, outside. You know what I mean.
Anyway I just wanted to say that we are sad sometimes because there has been too many people dying and now our dad is sick. But he has been sick for a long time and he said he’s not going to die anytime soon.
So that’s all right now.
Some of us.