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It’s not fair.
It just isn’t fair.
I love you and you love me too.
It’s not fair to you; I’m having an affair with you’ll never guess who.
It’s so polite,
the way I’m treated, warmed and sweetened, up with you.
But this is something else, I’m going places I’ve never known were possible, without you.
It’s not fair.
This couldn’t have happened at a worse time.
I’m losing my hair, all my worrying has gotten me tongue tied.
It’s not right what I’m doing,
but I won’t stop.
This is feeling like I’m breaking out of prison, and you’re that damned cop.
Trying to bring me back to unstable, mediated with your dysfunction.
I won’t let you take ahold of me.
I’m already hitting the road.
It’s not fair to you.
I’m having an affair with you’ll never guess who.
It’s been a great dying wave since this…
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I do not need to explain why emotional overwhelm has been at an all-time high lately. The news is terrifying, yet I can’t seem to keep my eyes off of it. I’m worried about every person that I care about, yet I can’t do anything to protect them. I planned to write about overwhelm even before the coronavirus outbreak, but I’m honestly glad that I waited because it’s more relevant now than ever. We’ve all been there. There are a couple of ways to deal with overwhelm: make it worse, or you can make it easier.
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