“Me Too”

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The only way to find support is to admit how you feel in the first place. For example, sometimes we feel as though the world is crashing down around us as if the pain we are experiencing is unique only to us at the moment. This, of course, is far from the truth.  We are all in this together. The very demons that torment each of us, torment all of us. It is our challenges and troubles that connect us at the deepest level. Once we fully embrace this, our relationships whether they be our friendships, marriages, our children or with other family members become a place where we can look each other in the eye and say, “I’m lost and struggling at the moment,” and we can nod back at each other and say, “Me too,” …and that’s OK.  Because not being “OK” all the time—not having it all figured out—is perfectly OK.

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