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ROLLERCOASTER OF EMOTIONSQ
January 21, 2003
10:37 am
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I GUESS I SHOULD EXPECT GOOD DAYS AND BAD DAYS FOR I FIGURE IT IS PART OF THE HEALING PROCESS, I WANT IT TO HURRY UP AND BE NOTHING BUT UP DAYS TO HECK WITH THIS CRAP OF ROLLERCOASTER EMOTIONS

January 21, 2003
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Hi Pam g fu,
What is causing the emotional rollercoaster...today?

January 21, 2003
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I just read your thread on trying to date but afraid of being hurt....
do you want to talk about your pain?
Sometimes if we keep talking, we find our answers through venting. Hugs

January 21, 2003
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well it seems that i feel strong one day but then when i read my emails from my mother-in-law it hurts all over not as bad but it hurts, i just believe that i am depressed and i am the only one that can do anything about it, i am trying to fill this void in my life not that my husband did that himself, i am having a hard time letting go

January 21, 2003
3:55 pm
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Is there anything of practical importance that you need to know from her? If not, no need to read what she has to say, no? Her emails only cause you pain and suffering, delete 'em, you won't miss 'em.

January 21, 2003
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Hi Pam~ I agree with Ginger that if there isn't a real reason to read your mother-in-law's emails then just ignore them. She sounds like she is just trying to manipulate you and keep you miserable. You are going to have good days and bad, but hopefully the good ones will start coming more. Try to keep your focus on the positive changes that you have made. Know that it is going to take time and you are going to make it. You have to believe in yourself and take care of yourself. You are worth it!!!

January 23, 2003
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no my mother in law is a wonderful christian lady she went through this with her husband, my husband's dad did what he did to me so she has alot of experience dealing with this kind of pain

January 23, 2003
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Well in that case,pam, you've got a very valuable resource. See if she's got tips for you that she could pass on. Maybe explain to her that if a few days go by without email contact from you, you're just needing some space to deal with things.

I completely understand what you're saying about roller coaster emotions! I think it's completely normal. Do you find that one day you wake up feeling a certain way, then the next day you wake up feeling the complete opposite? I think it may just be our body's way of working thru various scenarios and ways to deal with the various stressors we discover each day. Maybe even something as inocuous as a commercial on TV could subconciously trigger an emotion that will present itself later, seemingly out of nowhere.

I hope you will find that each day brings with it a little more hope, a little more confidence, maybe even a little healthy anger! I find it especially telling when you said your husband never filled the void when he was there. Probably just the new experience of knowing that now you are for sure on your own, right? You come across like a savvy woman who is very articulate concerning your emotions and I am sure you will be fine. Time heals...and all that.

Take care of yourself and know we'll all listen whenever you need to vent. I find just getting it out helps a lot, doesn't it? 🙂

January 23, 2003
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yes and now that i have taken an interest in karaoke it is really building up my self confidence i have really gotten good and last night one of the people that i see there alot with her husband came up to me and told me how much they really enjoyed my singing, and i had tried 3 new songs so that helps

January 23, 2003
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Good for you!

See, I could never get up in front of people and sing. Good job -- now you're on a roll! 🙂

January 24, 2003
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yes i am and i could never get up in front of people either in school i sang in the choir and played in the marching band i am very shy and this is something that really makes me feel good

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