Hello All. It's 1:42 AM, and I'm on here. I guess its been a while since I saw the late night posts, and thinking about it, this si the roughest time, when we still feel the loss of lying down with someone and spending the night in the arms of another. I know how you all must feel, that profound loss, like someone has taken your heart out, like someone has died. And that's ok to feel that way. When a relationship dies, its no less real than the death of a loved one, maybe even more so, because you still need to interact with that other person. So I guess I'm here to say, its alright, just due to the fact that you are on here, you are the stronger one. I don't know you, but I feel for and love you all. I wouldn't wish on anyone the pain you feel or that I feel, and I would do anything for you to take it away. I mean that. I wish you the best, and in this time that noone is there for you, I am. May the love of God guide and protect you. -Tony
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