I can only tell you how wonderful my sister is to me. She is constantly positive, but not annoyingly, sickeningly sweet, so. She acknowledges my gripes, my pain, and validates it, and also says that she understands that my pain comes from a very real place, and that she is here for me however she can be. She compliments me and says that she can't imagine what life must be for me to feel, when she doesn't fight depression, and life is hard enough for her as it is. I recently shared big news with her, which was that I had been having poor hygiene, but I suddenly felt motivated enough to scrub clean my bathtub and get in there and scrub myself clean, too, and how amazing it felt, almost like being baptized.
And three days later, a huge box arrived at my door, full of girlie things: a manicure kit, a turbie twist to dry the hair, silky shaving cream, razors, exfoliating body scrub, this TOTALLY scrumptious body lotion and body spray, nexxus shampoo and conditioner (which must be exorbitantly expensive, because it's the best shampoo I've used in my life), a long-handled scrubbie brush, a poof, and an eos lip gloss. I felt TOTALLY pampered and celebrated for my big achievement and step in the right direction. My Mother, on the other hand, was just like "Yay, glad you're feeling better. So anyway, I'll be in town tomorrow with my best friend! Beep Beep!" and left it at that. I felt like my big event was totally ignored, but by my Sister, it was HEARD and CELEBRATED, and she went out of her way to make me HAPPY. (continued... )
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