When you all started going thru this process did you find yourself very emotional? I expected it the pst few weeks when I was dealing with old memories. Then I have even found myself with tears of joy for how much I love in letting go. But now it seems everythign triggers it. I just watched the MTC awards as I folded laundry and I saw the much taled about diss to Taylor Swift and I found myself haing tears over this with no idea why. I also find myself beginning to see with clear eyes what I have been doing to myself and those around me and I cry with regret and release. Is this a regular part of the process? Does it stop? Or do you get used to it? Was I just numb before?
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