If you’re reading this, you know Steve was such a dear person to me, more than a business partner, he was my ally, my cheerleader, my confidant…he cared about me and my family and my well-being. Simply put in his suicide note Steph left me, she said “I know you love me and I love you too.”
For me, losing Steve put a magnifying glass on character flaws. It’s hard not to note these emotions from such a life-changing event.
Questions run through my head in the times in which I’m trying to find stillness.
Then I land on “what have I learned”…I can get through any life event if I’m able to feel like I learned something, but what have I learned from losing Steve?
As I’m grinding my brain on my emotions I end on that question because I haven’t learned anything. I sit here, wishing I could find the silver lining in this situation. I wish there was a great life lesson in this…something I could tell others and brighten up their mood.
Even without a silver lining life moves forward without Steve.
Normally Steve would have proofread my blog post, so this is also new to me.
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