“Fifteen years I’ve invested in this marriage,” said Joe. “Fifteen years, and then I come to find out she’s had an affair with her old high school squeeze. It’s not bad enough to think you’re happy all those years, but then to get socked with something like that? Not to mention, my mind no longer feels like it’s my own. Everything I think now seems to come with its own dark cloud. Over and over in my head-it’s like a funeral in there. I’d like to be happy, like I was. Or thought I was. And that’s just it. How am I supposed to think things are going to get better, when my head is stuck in this pool of negativity? I feel like I’m losing my mind.”
April 27th, 2010
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