Just wanted to say that I'm new here too and a good friend told me that if I know that I will go through all the turbulent feelings, that I know that there will be days that I can't function normally and that I will cry and fret and worry then I am that much closer already to being ok. I don't know if that helps anyone. I'm a fixer and I would love to be able to fix all of you guys' problems even while I'm dealing with my own. It's my nature. Lord help haha but I do know that some days are better than others and all we can do is live one minute to the next then one hour and then one day...you get where I'm going with this. Look around at others, life doesn't stop because we are broken. It keeps right on going. My kids still need to get ready for school tomm. and they still need me to be the one to do all the normal activities of the day so, I can't give up and I refuse to because if I do, he will win and the darkness he left me in will consume me and I refuse to let any of that happen.
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