I dropped my dead weight this week. I was attached to my husband with chains and when he jumped in the icy water to try to get away from me and his life I followed. He pulled me down with him into the abyss and I was afraid and paniced because I didn't know what was happening. I kept looking at him and he would not return the look, he just kept looking down. I struggled against the weight trying frantically to pull him up with me, to take care of him and bring him back to the surface, but he was so much heavier I couldn't get him. As we continued the decent I realized that I would not be able to save both of us, so I cut the chains. There was such a relief when I didn't have him pulling me down anymore. For a moment I watched as he decended further into the darkness, but the I began to frantically swim to the surface. As the cool air hit my face I breathed in fresh air. I knew that I was being given a second chance to work towards everything I deserve. I knew that I would be able to move forward, while he is swallowed by the darkness and his selfishness. This has been a week of realizations for me and so I've dropped my dead weight. Good luck to all of us as we realize our worth and begin to drop the dead weight.
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