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November 7, 2019 at 12:23 pm

Looks like you dont care too much about other people. Do you care about yourself? That could be the root issue here. Have you got self confidence issues? Do you value yourself? Depending on the answers you should start from the inside to the outside. Fixing any internal issues on this personal relationship with yourself will help relating to others. Try loving yourself more as a starting point. Then continue loving others starting with family and then friends. Good luck!

November 22, 2019 at 5:16 am

I think it’s par for the course, part of the grieving process.

First you were numb and shut off from the full raw horror.

Then the numbness, that temporary protective shield, dissipates like fog on a sunny morning, but it’s not a sunny morning to you; it’s the full darkness.

It’s a long uphill journey and, like most uphill journeys, there are the dips you don’t see coming until you’re in them that make the journey longer.

But you will get there!

December 20, 2019 at 11:19 am

Healthy detachment does not mean complete disengagement as other answers have suggested. It’s just less ENTANGLED and dependent. It starts with the realization no matter how connected the relationship may be, people are still going to make their own choices for their own reasons.