As a result of getting divorced I gave my photography business to my wife because I can't find any joy in photography anymore because it is something I really enjoyed doing with my wife and anything associated with her just brings me pain and reminds me of how much I love her and how much she despises me. Well I am contractually obligated to photograph A few more weddings before I hang it up for good. How do I make sure I get through these without getting too sad because I am a very emotional person and I don't want to lose sight of the fact that I am a professional doing a job and I want to do a good job for my clients because its so important to them. So how do I keep from thinking about my wedding and all the hope and joy I found on that day because I know if my mind retorts to memories I am going to lose it and I absolutely can't do that in front of clients. Any words of wisdom are greatly appreciated.
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