I wish it was all over

  •  I wish it was all over
  •  I wish everything was back as it used to be.
  •  I want them to live for ever
  •  I hate this situation
  •  I wish they were dead
  •  I am a monster to feel like this
  •  I wish I was dead
  • I want to live for ever
  •  I hate not knowing what they will be like tomorrow, or next week, or next month.
  • I hate not knowing what I will be like, tomorrow, or next week, or next month.
  •  I am afraid it will go on like this for the rest of my life
  •  I want the end, but I won’t like it when it comes.
  •  I can’t bear things getting better again, only to get worse the next day. It’s worse than a steady deterioration. At least I’d know where I was then.
  •  Everyone would be better off if this were over.
  • There will be an end, soon enough, without needing to do anything to hasten it.
  •  I want to run away but I can’t.
  • I am feeling suffocated 
  •  I’m afraid anger can kill
  •  I’m afraid of what other people will say
  •  I want to get out but I can’t. 
  •  It’s not me he can’t stand, it’s the situation – so why did he say it was me? 
  •  I can and must find a way to live now.
  •  Other people go through this.  And come out the other side. 
  •  I will be glad I could think about someone other than myself, when it is over. 
  • I don’t want to feel guilty I didn’t do more.
  • I feel so alone.  How can I bear it if other people know how I feel?



About thetroublewithillness

I've been a counsellor for people with physical illnesses for a long time now, and learnt a lot about what it's like living with your own or someone else's illness. I want to pass some of this on.
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