Quick processor.

Sensing your emotional roller coaster ride through life thus far. Yet our lives are so far removed in reflectivity and the doctrine that practical consequences are the criteria of knowledge, the meaning and value.
The passage of pain and loss, you write of is independently processed to such a degree that some of us find it impossible to surmount. I only wish it were a choice.

Barstool psychology.

When you’re in emotional pain, be it over the loss of a lover or a family member, you shouldn’t dwell too long on the fact that they are no longer in your life. You should try and see the pain you’re feeling as a transition to a better place, a more peaceful and serene place.

Loss is one of the hardest things to deal with in life and we all view and process it differently. I am sometimes insensitive to how others deal with pain, seeing as how my grief processor has had to work overtime after the shit I’ve put myself through over the last twenty-five years. I shift it along a lot quicker than most. I do not dwell on that which I cannot change.

If my processor wasn’t so quick I have no doubt I would have died by my own hand, which of course would’ve held…

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Quick processor.