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Re: Holiday Depression - Robinibor Gracie2

Posted by LyndaK on November 27, 2001, at 3:07:49

In reply to Re: Holiday Depression - Robinibor, posted by Gracie2 on November 26, 2001, at 17:01:52

Hi Gracie,

I've been interested in your posts because I can identify with the self-centered, controlling, poop-head husband issue. You certainly have had more than your share of grief, and your husband doesn't sound like the emotionally-supportive type. It sounds like, with his absence, you've been able to do things that bring some joy back into your life that you didn't feel free to do before. You sound liberated! May you have many more fires in the fireplace and toasts with loved ones during this holiday season.

You Go, Girl!!!

> Thank you again for your support, I can use every ounce. I don't believe in shamans or whoever says that you can bring bad karma to people by directing hateful thoughts towards them, (otherwise my mother would have killed my father a long time ago), but I do believe that good thoughts and prayers are helpful.
> In the meantime, I just plan to stay as busy as possible and try to think of all the things I do have to be thankful for. I am not going to fall apart. In fact, even though everyone else hates her, I kind of like Martha Stewart. She starts her own tiny catering company, working so hard that she is sleeping 4 hours a night, and her husband walks out on her to marry one of her employees.
> She keeps her life together and in fact, goes on to be an incredibly powerful, unbelievably wealthy woman. I know she's supposed to be sort of a bitch, but I still can't help admiring her.
> I could never be a Martha Stewart - I don't want to make my own writing paper or anything - but I still think she's wonderfully creative and strong as a rock, so she has to be my mentor right now.
> I dearly hope that everyone else is having a better holiday. I know that dysfunctional families are as common as bird poop, but there still has to be some loving families out there
> somewhere.
> Best wishes to you all-
> Gracie the Rock




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