I dont know where to start. I cant stop my crying. Ever since I had to give my dog away because im losing my home and there nothing i can do about it all resources have been looked at. I have had a very rough time finding a job. I found one but just to late and I am working there. My dog was my everything she was a part of my soul she knew me inside and out when I broke down crying she was there. she placed her head on my shoulder and her paw on me and gave me a hug. Now I lost her. I tried speaking to my mother but im just a disappointment to her. Its been 5 days i cant stop crying at everything. My body hurts all the time. I cant sleep. I am never hungry. I am lost confused and have no idea how or what i can do. I dont even know why I am here. I'm poor broken and alone. All i do is keep crying i cant stop. It wont stop it doesnt even need to be about ym dog i just cant stop. at work I have tears going down my face and I force a smile. I cant do this anymore.View Thread
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