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I wish I could explain everything to you all, but I'm having a really hard processing and expressing myself. I feel so damn *bad* and so sad that I can barely breathe with it.

I'm not angry with anyone, oddly enough. I'm just incredibly sad, I feel as if I don't know who I am, and I feel so utterly lost. I do not know how to find a therapist/counselor. I feel cut off and lost at sea.

Hubby is going through his own thing right now, since he's kind of in the middle of this, and I really do not know what to do to make this better.

I'm tired, even though I've slept, and just can't think anymore.
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-Car making weird noise. Car fixed. Yay!

-Liam was complaining of pressure building up in his ear (needing to 'pop')last night. He said he was feeling better this morning and was dead set on going to school today (and the after-school program's water party), so we let him go. Me, I'm nervous as all hell, though. I don't want him having another ear infection and going on antibiotics once AGAIN. We put a couple of drops of castor oil in his ears each night, and it usually helps. We've prevented or cured at least one ear infection with diligent application of oil, so let's pray it works. ETA: my son has seasonal allergies and was very stuffy last night. Which is why his ears built the pressure up.

-Liam has an appointment with a new pediatrician on the 23rd, right before we go to Knoebels, which is our end-of-school celebration for him advancing another year.

-We had Liam's IEP meeting on the 31st of May. He's going to be advancing into the second grade. His reading and math levels are in the early-to-mid second grade level, and everything else is on par with his classmates, so he's doing really level. Also, instead of a "substantially seperate" classroom, they'll be integrating him more fully into the typical second grade classroom. We're so very proud of Liam and I'm very happy with the teachers at his school.

-Ryan (my brother) called me to let me know that Dad went to the hospital on Saturday with pneumonia--but it looks like Dad has asthma now, and also they're talking about sleep apnea as well. He's still in the hospital and I'm going to go visit tomorrow if he's not out by then. They're still deciding on a course of treatment.

-I've been unemployed since June 1st. We're ok at the moment, but I don't want to lose the decent lead we've had on our bills, so I hope I get something soon.

And...that's about it. Which is enough.
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Thank you to all of you who replied to my last post. You all are great. :)

Things did turn out better yesterday; my husband's job is going to let him go part time when I go back to work. This will allow all of us to have dinner together nearly every night. We haven't had that for a very long time--since Liam was a baby.

I can't help but think this will help Liam immeasurably. Already, with all of us eating breakfast together, he's a lot less cranky in the afternoon--because he's actually eating breakfast regularly. He's also waking up easier in the morning and around the same time each day. I'm looking forward to this new time of family togetherness we will have with each other.

Hubby is doing well in school, and it's a very positive experience for him. I'm proud of him for going back to school and working so hard.

I think this bodes well for the future, and things seem to be looking up. I'm looking forward to going back to work now.

May 2017

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