You each bring so much to this community. Your caring, spirit, generosity, wisdom, humor, kindness are evident despite how each of you struggle. How you reach out to help one another absolutely SHINES.
I include each and every one of you in this so please don't think "oh, she's not talking about ME".... well, I AM talking about YOU.
You humble me. I hope that today you will find at least one small way to be as kind to yourself as you are to others here. You deserve it.
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. ~Christopher Robin to Pooh
Sorry, to bring down this thread, but I don't feel like a light. I feel responsible for BB's incident. If I was only there when she first reached out for me, maybe she wouldn't have drank or smoked pot, maybe she'd have dealt with her issues without the cloud of alcohol, If only I were there.
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