Have you sought counselling of any sort or have someone to talk to? There are always people willing to lend an ear and help you navigate through the healing journey that you have before you (or perhaps in the midst of).Anyone?
If anyone on PerC is feeling overwhelmed, down, and thinking of hurting themselves, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 24 hours a day and free - give them a call or google and chat online: 1-800-273-8255.A few statistics .(from SafeHorizon.org)
Chances of Being Struck by Lightning: 1 in 6.2 million
Chances of Dying in a Plane Crash: 1 in 400,000
Chances of Dying in a Auto Accident: 1 in 19,000
Chances of a Child Being Raped or Sexually Abused: 1 in 4
“We attain freedom as we let go of whatever does not reflect our magnificence. A bird cannot fly high or far with a stone tied to its back. But release the impediment, and we are free to soar to unprecedented heights.”
Sounds like a trip.(** Which connects to the second part of the question - how does one move on from something one is reminded of every day?)
Didn't think about that one before as if I could pay attention to grammar and spelling. Tell your wife that both are correct, I know it's a revolutionary concept. Most of my friends say that Americans can't spell and would molest you verbally for your nickname. I give you a pass for the Evil bit.My proper grammar kin!
( My wife always calls me out on the single "l")