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This is a beautifully written post, and the timing is perfect. I agree with you in every fiber of my being. The way through feels like swimming up stream. The emotions are raw. The things I know intuitively contradict what's going on "out there" so I am focusing on what I can see with my own eyes and hear with my own ears. I know the answer is in finding my own balance, which is possibly the hardest thing I have ever tried to do.

Thanks, Sharon. One of the things I'm holding onto is the knowledge of how much stronger I am (or will be) for having done this ... to be able to discern and hold to my own truth and find my own balance.

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