Thursday, June 18, 2009

Called It

My GTalk is filled with words from a man who is now doubting his self-worth, his value and the meaning of everything.

Thanks, fates. Thanks a fucking lot. Could you at least point me towards the words to soothe?

Where is the mercy?

10 comments:

nutmeg96 said...

Ugh. I'm so sorry. :( I hope he comes out of it soon -- maybe a media blackout for the next three days would soften the Fathers' Day blow, as well.

kristy said...

I'm so very sorry. For both of you. Wishing you and M peace.

Smiling said...

Oh it is so hard when someone you love is in that place... normally in my relationship it is me who is there and my husband who is thinking what you are writing today.. but it goes both ways in this house too sometimes.

Oh oh oh I hope there mercy out there and some birthday celebrating can be had. Thinking of ya all day!!!

Cara said...

That is so very difficult. Sometimes words help...not always. You know him best. You will know what to do.

Anonymous said...

Your presence and your compassionate, love-filled listening ear probably provide more soothing power than you realize. You both bear witness to one another's pain, and I think sometimes that is the best and bravest thing we can do. I send you both big, warm hugs.

-heather

Kami said...

I wish I knew. I hope he is doing better today. Wishing you both peace.

Delenn said...

Sometimes it helps my husband if I just listen. Sometimes he goes to a therapist. I agree a media blackout is a good idea. Maybe a nice picnic in a secluded place or a romantic dinner can show him how much you appreciate him.

annacyclopedia said...

I'm holding you both in my heart today, hoping that things have lightened somewhat and M can see how magnificent he is. Sending you both wishes for peace and a veritable truckload of mercy.

Monique said...

I'm so sorry - give him an extra big hug from me. xo

Deathstar said...

You are his mercy. Just love him up, massage his head and be there for him.

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