I Was Wrong

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  1. Matt says:


    • I wish being wrong was always this nice:)

      How was your vacation?

      • Matt says:

        It was a wonderful break from the norm.

        Sat in a great bar in downtown Cleveland last night before a concert discussing your guest post with one of my divorced guy friends.

        Thank you for writing it. For the content.

        And thank you for generously sharing it with a different audience.

        It was impactful.

        • So glad you enjoyed your trip.

          Hope you’re adapting well:) Sorry, couldn’t resist!

          Thanks, as always, for being such a cheerleader for me. It’s helps more than you can imagine on those days when I question myself (which happens more than you can imagine too!).

          • Matt says:

            I hope you understand what I mean when I say this… But there’s something oddly uplifting about YOU doubting yourself, at least in this space.

            Thank you for continuing to tell your story even while second-guessing yourself. Hope you have a great weekend. ๐Ÿ™‚

            • I get it. It makes me human. Fallible. Relatable. Like I’ve said before, we ALL feel that way sometimes. I just wish sometimes I didn’t:)

              Trying to finish a HuffPo piece right now and I’m stalling because I’m second guessing. Grrr.

              Have a great weekend yourself!

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  3. Rachel says:

    This was a great read. Isn’t it funny how things aren’t always what they seem? In the past, something that seemed to be one thing turned out to be a nightmare. In the present, it is quite the opposite. Hooray for happy endings!

  4. muddy runner says:

    I’m trying to separate the things I don’t really like from the things I don’t like because I’m afraid of what they represent. Glad it worked out.

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