Try to laugh (I don’t mean fake laugh, I mean a true laugh) and think about being miserable at the same time.
Hard truths are hard to believe until we want to see things change for the better.
He said that inspiration has been with me all week, I just wasn’t paying attention. I never realized pain could be a form of inspiration, especially someone who deals with it day-to-day.
Most people look at these things as affecting your immediate family but that is just the tip of the iceberg.
Don’t allow misery into your life, it’s a cancer you don’t need and it is up to you to stop it before it takes hold.