It has been almost a year since I lost my Mom, then within two weeks, I found out my husband of 36 years was cheating on me, my daughter miscarried her first baby & after getting papers together for a lawyer, I discovered my "wonderful" husband hadn't been paying any of our bills, our home was in preforclosure. A week after that, my in home daycare folded, and I didnt have any money coming into the house. I went and put the word out to family & friends that I needed a job, buried myself into my adult kids & grandchildren. BUT, now, I can't sleep without help, I cry everytime I hear anything that reminds me of my "past" life...I can't remember or retain thoughts...I feel like I am losing my mind, teetoring on the edge & dont know how to turn around and come back. I get up to let my 2 puppies out & only look towards spending time with my family. My "almost" ex-husband seems to have moved on with gf & her family, not connecting with our kids or grandchildren...I am holding on to my Lord God....and I keep praying...it's the only peace I seem to have anymore...View Thread
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