So, I keep thinking I'm getting over all of this--the feelings of failure, the pain of losing him, the darkness and the tears. But, then I have to do something, see the lawyer, sign a paper, whatever, and it pushes me back. I'm crying again today--I don't want to see anyone, or do anything. I've read that it takes as many years as you were in the marriage to get over the marriage. I pray that's not true--I can't go through this for 23 years. So, because I'm boo hoo'ing today--Please, if you can take a minute and reach down a hand and tell me to get off my butt and keep going, I would really appreciate it. Becuase I hate seeing the worry in my kids eyes, and my sisters eyes.
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