I have a friend here a lady my own age who was engaged to a man who was a motorcylest. A week before they were to be married they were involved in a traffic accident, he was killed instantly. She was injured badly and was not expected to survive. However she did and after a long recovery went back to her job as a Realtor. I am speaking of my friend Jennifer Addington who some how found the strength to go on with life despite what she had gone throuth, she was the person who origionally recognised the symptoms of biplar disorder in me, because she herself was bipolar, and lovingly nudged me into getting the help that i needed. Putting myself in that situation I would have been so lost in despair. Just like her we can find the strength to go on. She later told me she kept going because of her daughter and her faith in God. What keeps you going.
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