a year has already gone by, i can't believe how fast time goes. i do miss him and there is a place in my heart where there is love for him, but i'm doing really well. i heard he fell off the wagon, and i'm sad for him. but glad i was not there. i have tried dating sites recently and have realized i'm still not ready, i found myself rushing home to check the e-mail and see if anyone wanted me, so i decided to delete them. i had neglected my adult children over the past 9 years over unhealthy relationships and am now building back those relationships which i can't even find words to describe the love, repect, happiness, that we are building, and the support is enormous. i was truly blessed with these children. and now i have a grandson to add to it. i still am in counseling for me, and i truly enjoy going without crisis and drama and am enjoying on working on me. i don't post much, but i am here reading and i hope you feel my support and encouragement, because that is what ds offered me a year ago. and that is a big part of the reason i'm where i am today. A HUGE THANK YOU TO THOSE OF YOU WHO WERE HERE FOR ME WAY BACK WHEN. for those of you just beginning, i wrote this for another step in my healing and also for you. HANG IN THERE, TIME IS THE ENEMY IN THE BEGINNING AND YOUR BEST FRIEND AS IT MOVES ON. don't give up. your wounds will heal, your heart will heal. i personally think around month 4 you start to feel a difference. keep coming here, your wanted and loved and understood and mostly supported. i truly love this site and the friends and aquintances (sp) i have made. we are not perfect by any means, but we are family. (((((HUGS))))) love, linda
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