Hope you don't mind. I just wanted to share something. My daughter, who will be 16 next month, phoned me in tears last night. Her boyfriend broke up with her and she was very upset. I picked her up and we got something to eat and did a little shopping and talked. I held her while she cried and tried to tell her she would be ok. I was just thinking that at 16 she has so much life ahead of her. And I know she will go through so many more breakups in the future. But I guess it doesn't matter how old or young you are. Breakups are still very painful. Whether you are with someone a short time or a very long time. I put my CD in that had the song by Jewel - Stronger Woman. That has become my new theme song. She loved it. Anyway, I know this isn't asking for advice. But I remember those breakups from way back when. When I thought I couldn't go on. But look at me now! I'm 47 and hey still here. Even though my life has taken alot of wrong turns. I always manage to get back on track.
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