So how do you know that you are getting better? Well when you get thrown hard, as hard as you thought you could be thrown and you stand up and fight before you crash into the ground and crumble into dust again. When you start to put the pieces back together before they actually all fall apart. When you realize the one thing you thought could destroy you happened and you've only just gone off the track a little bit. When you realize your hopes and dreams haven't really left you- that they haven't gone into hiding even; they are still right there waiting for you to address them... feed them... help them grow......... and you do. When you reach out instead of give up yet again. Its not easy. It still hurts. But you know you are getting better when you realize that you are going to be ok- that really you are ok.
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