Emotional Shock, Part 1

This is a follow up to Growth and Interesting Times, Part 3. I couldn't do much on Sunday. Having realized that I was still in a better place now than I was 5 years ago I felt calmer, though. The courts were closed on Monday but I would probably be able to call local lawyers … Continue reading Emotional Shock, Part 1

Silver Lining

The silver lining of repressing and compartmentalizing your emotions since childhood is that sometimes the ability to set aside your emotions is actually a useful tool. I felt a twinge, last night, seeing the signs of emotional distress on my husband's face, but I wasn't going to allow that moment of empathy to become a … Continue reading Silver Lining