Everything’s Going to be Okay

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  1. The quote that has kept me going is, “Everything will be OK in the end. If it’s not OK, it’s not the end.”

    • I like this:) I found I also had to refine my idea of “end.” I just wanted it to be over. I thought the legal process would give me that closure, but I was mistaken. It’s more like moved on than finished.

    • Colleen says:

      I so agree and I love this site. I separated 50 years ago. I was in grad school, with a three year old child and no income. When my “husband” asked me to take him back and he needed to know now — because if not he was moving in with his girlfriend — I laughed and walked away to a better life. It wasn’t always easy but it has become more fulfilling everyday.

  2. I will repeat this over and over to myself this week. :/

  3. Melinda Carangi says:

    I really needed to read this today. Thank you.

  4. Ray says:

    What a wonderful Mantra to keep things in perspective.

  5. Chico says:

    Everything IS okay… 🙂

  6. Sometimes, it’s necessary to have a pep talk with yourself. You’ve discovered what works for you. Yay.

  7. Yes, with acceptance comes freedom.
    I understand exactly what you mean by this.

  8. grinsandjade says:

    This is exactly the post I needed today! It literally has brought tears to my eyes. The last few weeks have been painful…just seeing this post does two things for me: 1. makes me realize I’m not alone and 2. reminds me that yes, everything will be ok. So…thank you. Now I need to go grab a tissue … 😉

  9. grinsandjade says:

    Reblogged this on Grins & Jade and commented:
    This is what I needed today. Yes…everything will be ok. I am strong, and I can do this!

  10. I really couldn’t imagine that is something that would ever be possible. But you are spot on. Like putting one foot in front of the other carries you along life’s path.
    Holding on to the fact that today is not forever.
    Thank you for reminding me. !!!!

  11. I keep saying these words to myself ALOT lately. I just keep trying to convince myself that it WILL be ok even when I find it most difficult to believe. Great post! Thank you.

  12. Meg says:

    I say that…and then I say please be true, please be true, please be true, please be true…..
    Please, can you tell me it’s really true?

  13. happyxoxo1 says:

    Aw I love this one! Thanks for writing and sharing. 🙂

  14. Anonymous says:

    Still feeling worthless, and unloved. Why did this happen? Does he ever “remember”, does he ever think of me? This is what goes through my head on a daily basis. Reading your post makes me feel a little better. Everything will be ok, in time.

    • It will be. Question for you- If he was a stranger to you and you learned that he had treated somebody else the way he’s treated you, would you value his opinion? Would you seek his affections?

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