Moods. They are all over the place and change so rapidly I’m surprised I don’t have whiplash. This minute I feel leveled, devastated, sick to my stomach. Last night, I felt comfortable sitting here on the sofa with my husband in front of the fire watching the Olympics. I later felt comfortable making love. Yesterday morning, I was almost cheerful; Saturday night, I was in a panic after he reminisced about having previously driven the route we were taking when he was alone. Or was he?
You are not alone:
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