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Lost soul-mate isn't an open position.

by DynamicDbytheC on December 8, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


On the advice of my grief counselor, I have started socializing with our Bike Club after 8 months. As I do not have a lot of family in SD, it is comforting to be around people who knew and loved James almost as long as I did. Good therapy. However, recently, some members of the opposite sex are taking the fact that I am rejoining the world again as a sign that I am somehow ready to fill my vacant heart. This isn't like a job opening. It may never happen.

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