How do I write about overwhelming thoughts and feeling that I haven’t processed or felt yet?
Two dreadful things happened over the past week that have rendered me emotionally dead. Up first is Ricardo who called it off between the two of us in a text that was like a novel, jokingly said. Second up is Nicholas, during what realistically was a pleasant conversation ghosted me. Like truly ghosted me and refuses to acknowledge I exist. I’m dumbfounded. These two things happened within a day or two apart. It was like a menacing presence came into my heart and stole my emotional core.
Before all this took place I was already intensely focused on learning as much as I possibly could about SEO practices. After these two things happened, I went at it even harder, sticking my nose to the screen and not looking up.
When I’m ready, I will deal with the pain that is on its way. However tonight, I’m allowing the feeling of dying miserably on the inside to continue. Until I’m adequately prepared, this topic goes on the back burner.
Until Next Time
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Born October 11th, 1975 in a small township in Missouri. Reared by a stay at home mom and a furniture factory working stepdad. With three siblings plus myself, all my parents could afford was a simple existence, but I wouldn't exchange those days with anyone or for nothing. I'm second to the oldest child with an older sister, 👧 three years my senior. A brother 👦 three years younger than me, and our baby sister 👶 three years younger than my brother. Twenty days after my twenty-first birthday on Halloween 🎃 1996, we suffered a tragic loss. Our precious mother took her last breath, and our lives were altered instantly. Nothing for me has been normal since. I've found a "new" normal, yet it's nowhere near the same. When 2020 began, I could feel my mother's presence more than I have since she was alive. It won't be long, and I'll be in her arms again.
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