I’m sorry to hear that you’re struggling, but I hope you can move on from this experience. It must be hard. I know this because I can’t get out of that environment, and I love and hate my family of origin. They clothe, feed, and shelter me, but they keep a deep hold on my freedom and emotional needs. I know it’s not the right thing to do to deny myself, but I just feel like crap. I often feel like they don’t love me, they just love an accomplished child. I couldn’t find happiness in myself. I was sad every morning and every night. Somatization made me lose 15 pounds. But because of ricky, you made me feel like my life was okay, that I wasn’t alone. The energy in you gives me a lot of strength, so I really pray that you will get out of your predicament and be free. You are the most important person to me and I love you so much🖤@rickyxolson
@cupidricky im so sorry your family hasn’t been the best at helping you through the hard times, I imagine that being unwell and having those feelings have made their impact. You are so worthy of love and you don’t ever have to earn it. Thank you for being here and sharing a bit of your life with us
I’m a parent of teenagers. I am the family of origin to these kids. And when they suffer, I hurt in ways I never knew existed. A deeper level of hell. I am sooo sorry us parents screw up so much.
I’m sorry you suffer from Somatization, that must be horrible and frustrating for you. I’m so glad that Ricky has helped you feel like you’re not alone. It’s comforting to know that isn’t it. I hope things improve for you and know that you matter. ~Mystrose
i am sorry to hear that, it sounds really hard to deal with, especially when it comes to family.
you are not alone in this, you are doing great and be proud of yourself. you deserve all good in this
world, thank you for sharing your story with us. we will always be here for you. you matter my friend.
Thank you for being brave enough to share your experience. It sounds very frustrating to feel like your family isn’t understanding what you are going through. I hope that you are able to keep an open dialogue with them in hopes of promoting more understanding. Please do take care of yourself. I’m glad you posted.
Hi Friend, Thank you for your reply, I am sorry that you feel a hold and not a bond with your family, have you ever really discussed this with them? is that an option for you? Your Somatization sounds very hard and complicated to live with and again a real worry in your life. What help do you get with that? I am so pleased you have found an outlet that is helping you to feel better about things and as you get older that will become easier and more fruitful for you. I wish you well. Lisa. x