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2013-03-23 06:01 pm (UTC)
I sympathize on a couple of levels. I've had the experience of family moving away and the anger that can bring. And I understand throwing myself into one thing to recharge my energy or just escape from another thing.
I went through a really dark period a while back when I had to be the emotional touchstone for too many people for too long. When the very interactions in your life that are your own reserves are fraught with pain, it's hard to find solid ground. It becomes impossible to relax in the situations that were formerly unguarded moments.
Remember who and what is important in your life. The answer to that is deeply personal and individual. Even though family is important to a great many people, it's
family that are important to you. If that's what you're missing, get it back.
I don't know how I would have gotten through without the people I love.
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