Do you ever get the feeling that somehow you managed to tick off the “powers that be” and they gave you such bad luck you can’t escape it? I think I did. Things have been bad and you can forget “love”. There isn’t any. I feel I’m destined to be alone. Even if I meet someone who interests me, I will not go into another relationship with anyone who is not good with my kid. I’m holding out for someone who can love not only me but my boy too. I guess I’m asking if things will get better. I can’t relax ever. I worry about everything under the sun. I’m virtually alone with my boy. My other son does not talk to me. Sometimes I wonder if I’m capable of settling down. Trust issues are always there. I am interested in someone but he is taken, not in marriage, but taken nonetheless. I don’t want that anymore. The sad part is I really feel that this chap should be with me, but it’s not like I’ve never been wrong. I have two legs and arms that work. I have a job, a beautiful son whom I love. Sounds like I have nothing. I feel all alone and so empty. Any light would make this empty soul feel full again. Signed, D
If the “powers-that-be” were really ticked, you would not even have a job, a beautiful son and two legs and arms that work. Things are not as bad as you think. You just have to appreciate the good and take the bad in the doses they come. There is no need to worry about everything under the sun. Slow down. You have always been in a rush. Things will get better if you give it time. This is also true with love. You have seen it come and go. There’s no need to rush into it again or shy away from it altogether. Learn to let things happen in their own time. You will not be alone, and for as long as you can give, you will never be empty.
Judge wisely which Mistakes are those that deserve forgiveness.
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