Does anyone else go through the emotional highs (okay, not highs just feeling pretty good) and lows like a yo-yo?? Last night I felt pretty good and actually had a glimmer of being hopeful. Today I don't see any hope at all, no light at the end of the tunnel. I am so depressed. I understand that I should be grateful to be out of the marriage, grateful to be rid of him and yet I still feel mostly so down. Sometimes it is just unbearable and then I get on the phone with my sister and she tells me all the same old stuff and then I calm down for a while. Why can't my brain do the total turnaround when I know that where I am is what is best for me?
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