I am having a bad day today and a friend stopped by to get his son today! He asked me how I was doing. I said ok and he said, "no great". I began to cry and said I filed. He was very matter a fact and told me I can waste the rest of my life being sad or I can go on with my life. Now, he is a counselor. I think he is a great person, but I just cannot move on that fast! Is this what the world expects from us? Are we to just snap out of it and move on? I don't have that in me! I honestly feel I have taken steps forward, but I am not anywhere close to just being happy! I just wonder what everyone else thinks about this! Some days I think I am going crazy! I am trying to get as many bills paid and everything changed to my name, and opening my own accts,...and the list goes on forever. How am I not to be sad, hurt, angry, and every other emotion in there? I am not the one in love and having a grand life, I am the one trying to pick up the pieces!
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