Jerydd, when you see this, just remember that I tried. We tried. Really, really hard. And we loved a lot. I don't regret a day with you, but I have to let go and move on. You will always be a part of who I have become.
We all walk a different path thru this valley. While you may empathize you will never know exactly what I feel, nor I you. I pray that you have faith for with faith comes hope and hope gives strength to make it thru the darkest of days. You'll know.
Learn to cope with daily life emotions...Example, #Swimming is the worst part of a triathlon, if you stop pedaling on a bike you coast, if you stop running, you walk, but if you stop swimming you drown. Continue everyday to be active and remember respect the "void" (in this case ..... grief). http://www.fuelrunning.com/quotes/2013/03/06/swimming-is-the-worst-part-of-a-triathlon-if-you-stop-pedaling-on-a-bike-you-coast-if-you-stop-running-you-walk-but-if-you-stop-swimming-you-drown/
Someday you're gonna look back on this moment of your life as such a sweet time of of grieving. You'll see that you were in mourning and your heart was broken, but your life was changing. -Elizabeth Gilbert