posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 03:30 PM
I think most people on ATS know my story by now, but if not, here is a quick recap. My children were killed at the hands of their father while he was
driving drunk and stoned. I didn't want to let them in the car with him, but the judge had told me I would be in contempt of court if I refused again,
despite the fact that he had lost his licenses due to multiple DUI's.
I can't believe in god. I tried so hard for so long to do so, but I can't. My children were the only family I had, I cherished them above all else.
They were the only family I had. I watched every single other blood relative die while growing up. By the time I was 18, I was the only one left
alive. Maybe I was guilty of loving my children too much because of it? Maybe because my fear of losing them was so great? I don't know, but for this
reason, I can not believe in a god, nor can I believe in karma. What horrible things could I have done as a young child to lose everyone I loved
starting at such an early age? What horrible thing could I have done that would have justified the lives of my children? If it happened in a past
life? I can't bare that my soul was capable of anything deserving of this hell of a life I have gone through!
I had my tubes tied after my youngest was born. My husband and I put everything we had and then some into IVF to have a child of our own. Failure.
There is nothing left to try, no hope. Some people would give anything for money or fame. I would be able to give anything to have someone I could
call family. To be able to list someone, when the medical profession asks me to list my next of kin.
Due to the agony of it all my body has turned against me. I am slowly being killed by my own immune system. That's ok though. I truly am dying of a
broken heart. it's just going to take a little while.
She told me that all mother's screams sound the same.
I know that sound, it came from my own throat. Sometimes it still does when the realization slams into me all over again. No matter how hard,
and loud you scream, it pales in comparison to the scream you need to release but the body is insufficient to release the agony from the center of
your being that your so desperately want to push out through your throat to realize just a fraction of the pain to make it somewhat easier to bare.
I am sorry, didn't mean to hijack your thread, I was morbidly drawn to the title of your thread despite knowing better., but all I have to do is to
look in the mirror to see a mad woman. A woman mad with grief that can't be eased. I think people often see my posts on ATS and can't get past my
poor sentence structure or spelling. They don't see the pain that or the attempts to dull the pain that is behind my struggle to get my figures to
cooperate with my thoughts. A problem that never existed before the loss.