Well, the day I've dreaded all summer is finally here as of Monday. I have to go back to work. It hasn't even been one month since the divorce and I am an emotional wreck. Physically, I don't think I look so hot, either. Dark circles under my eyes, bags, dull skin, etc. The last place on earth I want to be on Monday is surrounded by a bunch of people, many of whom I know are going to ask about the divorce. Now, I'm sure they're well intentioned (maybe), but I just do NOT want to talk about it as I get choked up and brought to tears any time I talk about him or the divorce. So what do I say? Anyone have any thoughts on something I can say that will let them know, without being rude, that I'm not ready to talk about it?
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