I've taken on the Pavlov response technique. I have a little "handout"/booklet of all the things I am NOT missing with him in my life. So last night, when there was a flood of emotions and tears, I pulled out that handout which reminds me of his depression, and previous addiction. It amazes me that it provided instant comfort, as I realized that God's got me covered. On the front I have images of Aesop's fable of the fox and the sour grapes. It reminds me the mind set I need to have is "sour grapes". Anyone tried anything similiar?
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