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We're friends. We were friends before we got married and after our divorce and a little ugliness at first, we remained friends. We had a serious scare over the weekend with our son (he's 19), who was in a single car accident and flown to Maryland's Shock Trauma (world renowned shock trauma center). He's totally fine, but the hour drive to get there before I knew he was fine was torture. Oh and yeah the police officer knocking on my door at 4:30 in the morning was torture too.
Anyway, my ex is a Facebook friend and he's constantly (lately) posting these really depressing statuses. It's driving me crazy. I know our son is lucky to be alive, but he's alive. He's fine, walking, talking, breathing, totally normal, what's there to be depressed about? We should be rejoicing that we get to continue to have him. Thanking God every minute that it wasn't as bad as it could have been.
Feel free to vent away! I'm so glad your son is okay! As far as your ex's posts... maybe he's in a bit of shock still? Maybe the situation really spooked him?
I know that I still have my days where I'm really upset, sad, depressed, etc over my son being born early and spending so long in the hospital. He's home. He's alive. He's happy. He's healthy. He's so on target for his actual age that I don't use his adjusted age. It went so much better than some of the outcomes in the situation... but it's still hard to kind of let go... kwim?