It's better now, and I know they meant well, and they're forgiven and God love them... But I just want to know, am I the only person who ran into the problem of certain people trying to "help" by misjudging me, meddling and trying to take over my life when my husband passed away instead of accepting what I had to say and respecting my right to make my own decisions? Most have backed off, but some of them are still playing mind games, trying to manipulate me into thinking what they think I should think and doing what they think I should do instead of respecting my feelings and my right to make my own personal choices.
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