(Closed) when it rains it pours: vent

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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1498 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I’m so sorry for your loss and struggles this month.  Just keep looking foward to the good things coming in your life.  Your Fiance and try to build relationships with his family that can be a good support network for you.  Make sure you get a second opinion on your gallbladder before proceeding with anything.  There are TONS of things that can cause pain similar to gallbladder pain.  Stress is a BIG thing too, your body could just be trying to slow you down and force you to calm down from all the struggles you’ve had this month.  Good Luck!

Post # 4
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542 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Oh wow, I am sooo sorry, girlie. That is sure one hell of a rain storm. You sound really strong despite everything. And it sounds like your Fiance is great and really supportive. That is really helpful. I hope everything works out with you and your family. I am sure it will just take time for wounds to heal. And I hope you don’t end up needing surgery. There are actually alternatives to getting gallbladder surgery. My boss’ husband was told he needed gallbladder surgery about two weeks ago, but she gave him this odd mixture of like lemon juice and some other stuff (might want to google a recipe.) He had to take the mixture like every four hours or soemething and it was crazy gross, but it got rid of the gallstones without him having to have surgery. Often times docs are quick to recommend surgery, but somtimes there are better alternatives. Check it out!

Best of luck to you during this tough time. I hope it gets better soon!

Post # 5
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1335 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I am so sorry for the loss of your father and everything else that is that is going on in your life. I know this has to be such a difficult time for you. Keep your head up and keep focusing on the positives in life. Wishing you all the best!

Post # 6
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9029 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I havent heard that saying in a while, but it is true that when it rains it pours…sometimes bad things happen in clusters but then in the same way, good things also happen one right after another too. Hope everything works out well for you in the end

Post # 7
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7300 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

🙁 I’m so sorry about you loss. 

Do you have a plan that pays you back for your deductible? We have a high one here at my job and we have a MRA account. Any charges applied to the deductible are paid back to the employee at 90%. I also have a flex.

Maybe your job offers a flexible spending account that you can use to pay your deductible.

Post # 8
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941 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Wow.  I’m sorry that you’re dealing with so many overwhelming things at once.  Life doesn’t seem to always understand that things aren’t supposed to all be bad at the same time.  Doesn’t it understand everything in moderation?

But…seriously…it does sound like that’s a lot to deal with, and I’m so glad that you have a supportive fiance.  I hope that you’re using him as much as you need to–that’s what they’re there for.  And I hope that you have other people in addition to rely on for love, and ears, and shoulders, and everything else you need to help get you through.

I hope the end to all of this comes soon, and things start going in a better direction in the very very near future!

Post # 9
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1537 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I’m so sorry to hear of your struggles and I’m also sorry for your loss.

If it will put your heart at ease…I know this might sound silly, but my mom has always told me a little old wive’s tale that has always gotten me by. Without fail it always comes true. Bad things come in threes. You’ve hit your three. 1. Issues with family/father passing away 2. Doing poorly on the test 3. Your ill health

Something good is bound to happen! At least you are still greatful for what is good in your life. I hope you can over come these obstacles. Best of luck. *Hugs*

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