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Over-Head
05-22-2009, 10:03 PM
Ok,
speklling is gonna be shit here cuz well Iím half in the bag.
Why?
This is one of thoes threads, where, a guy really has NO WHERE else to turn, but hif he doesnít let it out, heís just gonna sit here getting
drunker,
more stoned,
and more depressed
The wifeís asleep,sick on medication for an infection.
sosís the son. Heís out cold, and right now even though I love the boy, a 2 year old ainít ehat I need.
I guess the only one Iím reasly hurting herte is me.

This may be just a message board who I get pissed at like everyone else does time to time.
But for a few of us, itís like a "second life" so to speak where we know whats going on with certian ones bvy the way we interact.
Anyway.
Overr thte years itís also become a place where by the "secrecy of internet hidden identity" we can vet and let our real life problems out to people we donít have to look at or deal with in real life.
I started a few thereads a while ago (to those newr folks to catch you up to speed )

http://chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?p=5381468#post5381468

Well hereís a new twist
Dadís got Prostate cancer. Check
Mom is in the final stages of lung/bone cancer. Check
Find out today, my brother
(who I dispise with a passion, and have been dreaming about what it would be like IF I could go meet him again at momís funeral and shit kick him for disrespecting my son when I went back home at x-mass time, knowing I canít.)
was taken to the hospital Monday night with hart faliure.
Heís 4 years older than me.
I got the news about 4 hours ago, and have pritty much cried my eyes dry. I guerss I still love my brother too much to let him go. Even though I want to kill him as I was never able to stand up to the bully for my self. But refused to let ANYONE EVER do any harm great or small to my son.
Seemeís ven after his hart stoped twice he still begged the nurses NOT to call his parents as mom who was dieing of cancer had spent lat week in hospital and probably coulndít take the news.
So if itís not asking too much, could I ask a favore?
Could you say a prayer for a guy whoís about to lose 3/4 of his family in the next few mjonths
That I might just be able to get drunk, pas out, and wake up tomorow NOT seing this thread turn into a "Goatboyís still a verigin letís get him laid thread?
I can be an idiot at times.
But about the only other person in the world who could actualy make any scence to me about now is a woman Iíve only ever met once in my life for a job interview, who 10 years later has bcome a sister I never had and love with all my hart.
Theortugh a thelephone we have endured and shared both the hart ach of losing family to the birth of my son, is on vacation and unavaliable until nexct week.
If youíve never experienced the feeling of being truly all alone with no one to talk to.
I can tell you right now through eyes so full of pain it makes typing hard
It ainít ****en fun
I know gewtting drunk wonít help things one biut. AND DON"T F***EN LECTURE ME
But ya know what. Noting else went right today.
Iím probably gonna rambel a bit before I finally pas out please for give me in advance.
Iím kinda ****ed up right now.
And I really need some one, any one jyust to shoot the dshit with and let me vent before I
go out in the yard and start screaming at a tree

I've spent almost 9 years here, how about cutting a guy some slack.
For a while a few years of my life existed in the fact the Chiefs planet was the only family I had.
we've all had our ups and downs.
well folks, O-H is real ****en down ATM

Fat Elvis
05-22-2009, 10:09 PM
Sorry to hear about the calamaties in your life. I know losing a significant portion of your family, especially in a short time is extremely difficult, but the best part of your family will still be with you-- your wife and your son. Take joy in them and the light they bring into your life.

DeezNutz
05-22-2009, 10:11 PM
Sorry to hear about the calamaties in your life. I know losing a significant portion of your family, especially in a short time is extremely difficult, but the best part of your family will still be with you-- your wife and your son. Take joy in them and the light they bring into your life.

This. Well said.

prhom
05-22-2009, 10:14 PM
For what it's worth, I'll pray for ya. You've got a tough situation there buddy, I've had some tough stuff, but nothing compared to all that. Maybe go for a walk, that always helps me when I've got a lot to deal with.

DaFace
05-22-2009, 10:23 PM
Sorry to hear, OH. I can't even imagine everything you've been (and are) going through this year. Hang in there.

Over-Head
05-22-2009, 10:38 PM
Sorry to hear, OH. I can't even imagine everything you've been (and are) going through this year. Hang in there.
I nerver stared smoking again after quiting the night of the wife's 2nd miscarrige.
And I swear to christ If I get through this night with out losing my fuckjing marbles I'll be able to do anythign in life I set my mind to

doomy3
05-22-2009, 10:42 PM
Wow, sorry to hear about all of this. I'll say a prayer for you for sure, but take care of yourself. No kind of self destruction can help yourself or any of your family that's going through this with you. Hang in there, man.

booger
05-23-2009, 03:47 AM
Sorry to hear these things are happening. Atleast coming here and talking about it is one way of letting it out and you should feel brave for that.

When i have got through some really rough times in life, times where i couldn't/thought i couldn't turn to somebody for advice for whatever reason, the thought that there is somebody out there with even more grief to handle and if they did I could pull through too.

One that always gave me strength was from my teen years and a girl who lost her boyfriend to an accident. About 2 years later her brother. A year later to the very day of her brother was her mom's death.

I don't know if i could of pulled through what she did at such a young age.

All you can do is what you are doing and talk about it to someone. Spend as much time visiting with those who are ill as you can and like has been said lean on your wife and son to have somekind of joy.

Thoughts and prayers to you and yours.

MoreLemonPledge
05-23-2009, 04:21 AM
I really hope things get better for you. Hang in there.

Bwana
05-23-2009, 07:08 AM
Sorry to hear that OH, you will be in our thoughts bud.

DaFace
05-23-2009, 07:32 AM
Sorry to hear these things are happening. Atleast coming here and talking about it is one way of letting it out and you should feel brave for that.

When i have got through some really rough times in life, times where i couldn't/thought i couldn't turn to somebody for advice for whatever reason, the thought that there is somebody out there with even more grief to handle and if they did I could pull through too.

One that always gave me strength was from my teen years and a girl who lost her boyfriend to an accident. About 2 years later her brother. A year later to the very day of her brother was her mom's death.

I don't know if i could of pulled through what she did at such a young age.

All you can do is what you are doing and talk about it to someone. Spend as much time visiting with those who are ill as you can and like has been said lean on your wife and son to have somekind of joy.

Thoughts and prayers to you and yours.

Interesting thought. I read in the paper last week about a family in Boulder with two teenage kids - one boy and one girl. The girl was killed in a car wreck. Then one week later in a completely unrelated incident, the boy was killed in another accident. I can't even imagine what the parents must feel like right now.

I don't say that to be a downer, but I suppose I say it to point out that Fat Elvis is right. It could be worse - you still have your wife and son. Love them with everything you've got and lean on them to help you through everything.

BigOlChiefsfan
05-23-2009, 08:16 AM
Better times, amigo.

Pioli Zombie
05-23-2009, 08:31 AM
Wow Over-Head you are in my prayers, buddy.
You aren't alone,man. You have your wife and son. Focus your energies on them, especially the little guy. He needs you so much. That will be your strength and it is your reality. Family of origin is real, but your child, that's REAL. That's today. Know that many people are agreeing in prayer with you and that is a powerful thing. Circumstances may not change but your heart will and you will walk through this stronger. Strong enough to get someone else through it someday. Be well.
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HMc
05-23-2009, 08:38 AM
Have you thought about making peace with your brother?

burt
05-23-2009, 09:22 AM
OH, you sober yet? We are here for you, brother

Halfcan
05-23-2009, 02:41 PM
Hang in there bud-Best wishes!!

Hydrae
05-23-2009, 03:11 PM
Wow, that is rough OH. You may be a Raider fan but you have always been one of my favorite posters around here. I hope getting fucked up last night and venting on here helped take some of the pressure off for you. Hang tough for your little one, he needs you and will for many years to come.

Mr. Flopnuts
05-23-2009, 03:16 PM
I hope you're well, bro. I'm truly sorry to hear that you're dealing with so much.

bevischief
05-23-2009, 05:34 PM
That is messed up. Sorry to hear, best wishes.

FAX
05-23-2009, 09:33 PM
I actually read this last night (early morning), Mr. Over-Head, and have been thinking about it on-and-off ever since.

I'm reminded how, in my life, so many of the people I have known and loved have fallen away. As is the case with all of us, my family is growing smaller and many of my friends are now also gone. The essential thought I'm left with is how difficult it is to be a man in the face of all the grief and sadness. It's undeniable that, eventually and ultimately, we will all be alone - if only for a brief time. Our family and those upon whom we rely in our youth leave us with only ourselves to depend upon. Our friends and those with whom we learned to enjoy life and with whom we shared the best of times leave us to somehow find happiness within ourselves. The rock upon which we built our life erodes and, eventually, turns to dust.

And when that rock disappears, we're left to find the courage and substance within ourselves to transition from reliance and fellowship to another way of being that begins and ends within ourselves. Alone.

It is a very difficult thing to accept - and even harder to internalize. Can we stand in solitude and in that loneliness find joy? Can we become the man upon whom others rely and in whom others can find happiness? Can we be the rock upon which others can build?

I am very sorry for your difficulties, Mr. Over-Head. But I believe that you will find the strength not only to carry on, but to carry others. I urge you to look around and count the blessings you have, my friend.

Best,

FAX