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Lonely midlife

Posted by anonymous at January 10, 2012
Tags: 2012 January  Loneliness

I really don't know how to start to tell my story. I just feel sad, lonely and wonder whether there is any one person who really cares about me. I am not young and many times I think I probably will die alone. My body starts to deteriorate, my emotion has been very negative since my beloved dog died 3 months ago. She was my true friend, I never felt lonely with her. People told me to get a new pup, but I am physically not able to take care of it any more. And it is very sad to see my true friend dying before me, i can't take that any more. I just want to go with her. I don't have any one who cares. My hobby now is crying. But I can't cry in front of poeple at work. So, people think I am okay. But I am not. I wish that when I come home, I will have joy and peace at home. Now home is so empty....


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By anonymous at 03,Feb,12 21:01

I think your feelings, and your misery, are admirable! I don't know where you live, but if there be a local Animal Defense or ASPCA meeting, attend it and meet other animal lovers. People who are not animal lovers will simply not understand you but those who are like you won't need any explanations. Find out where your local "no-kill" animal shelters are and visit the people there. If you can afford it, take some food or a financial donation with you. They don't get much, or any, funding from the state and depend entirely upon private donations and volunteers. You need to be able to socialize with people who have something that important in common with you. There really aren't enough of us around.

By at 05,Feb,12 14:52

I want to say this with the strongest possible emphasis: get a cat.

It will require less physical activity (you change the liter and put water/food in the bowl). In return they can be as affectionate as dogs and will bond with you. It's important that a home has love. Animals are great at providing that. If you feel physically unable to take care of a dog but are still working, I'm assuming it is the walks that make owning a dog a hardship. Get a cat. Please, get a cat. It'll make coming home special again. Even if you didn't like them previously, you need a cat. Once the kitty is yours you'll love him/her. Believe me. Get a cat.

Your dog would never want you to be alone. No one wants you to be alone or sad. Bonding with people (your neighbors, your coworkers, your family) is vital, but help yourself and an animal out. Go to a shelter and save a kitten's life. Or two! Or get an older, well-behaved cat. It's a tragedy how many are waiting for a good home. You'll be giving that cat(s) the greatest gift imaginable: a future!

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