Making It Great Again

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Promises.  Does anyone live up to them?  Does a promise made by one person become an unrealistic expectation of another?

I think I am over the anger and bitterness and disgust that I harbored for him and what we had done.   But with letting go, those feelings of love and lust and adoration come creeping back in.

I want it to end.  And I want it all back.  If this is anyyhing close to what hell feels like, I really need to pray more.

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4 thoughts on “Making It Great Again

  1. I’m not convinced that time heals all wounds. Just waiting for time to pass doesn’t help you get over your pain, any more than waiting for a leaking roof to repair itself will fix that problem. The “experts” say we must take aggressive action to move on. But it sure helps when someone else comes along to help you get moving again. Sometimes when you feel it will never get better, it does. Hope things get better for you soon.

    • There’s good days and bad days. I’m happy for the most part. I think I’ve just accepted the fact that this will be something that I think about everyday, so I may as well keep the thoughts positive. Because negative thoughts would demonize me.

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