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Old 03-15-2018, 12:49 AM #1
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how do SPD-people deal with or handle loss / grief???
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Old 03-17-2018, 09:36 PM #2
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In the same cold way they deal with everything.
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I react coldly as in I feel nothing. When my cousin died in the same city that I live in I felt nothing I couldn't even feel sorry for my Aunt and relatives. It was difficult to hide this from everyone. When my mother was dying I was terribly conflicted and felt compelled to try and find authenticity until the end. I did the right thing but authentic? Sad to admit that even then I can't say I found it..authentic for me means the self unconnected from other people and even then its nebulous.
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I can't answer this for you. But perhaps you may find at least part of your answer in this article from PC's archives:

Understanding Schizoid Personality Disorder | The Exhausted Woman

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I usually just get sad for a few hours and maybe a day or two at max (which is was how I was when my cat died) before moving on with my life. No point in grieving anyways.
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