And I didn’t look back…

This is not my first foray into the blogging world.  My first blog was very personal and difficult to write about.  This blog, however, will be more of my hopes dreams and the positive side I am going to find in myself.  It will take a monumental effort but I am told it will be worth it.

And in the end I hope I can find my true self with both a positive and negative and then maybe I can move forward and never look back.

Published by: bac4sccr

I am just a run of the mill, ever day father/husband who is just trying to navigate my way back to where I want to be. Unfortunately there isn't an "Easy" button or a "Reset" button or I would be hitting them repeatedly. This is just my journey from my perspective.

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5 thoughts on “And I didn’t look back…”

    1. Thanks. I really liked the post. To be honest you have been reading my other blog for some time and have made some very insightful comments to me. But I am glad you like my foray into a blog that is not like my other one. This one is trying to help me move forward. To try and make myself see things more positively. I find it very hard but I am working on it.

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      1. Haha.. I was confused when I saw the your name with the blog title. The othe blog is such a give away. But you write well and express your self way I can relate to..

        for obvious reasons I connected with your blog… But for just for kicks, I’ll share with you… My son is year round, 3 sport athlete .. Lacrosse, hockey and Soccer… Anyways.. He had the misfortune of tearing his ACL his freshman lacrosse season… So he missed soccer his sophmore fall. Was cleared in time to play hockey his sophmore year and skated thru and into lacrosse season. And tore the other ACL.. (Still makes my heart ache a little bit for him.. He had D1 dreams.) whilst my husband was off earning a good living and doing his “thing” I was spending many hours recouping my son.. Running him to PT 2-3 times a week etc… His goal was to be “Back for soccer” this last fall he made the decision to not play soccer… A good choice really.. He’s my favorite athlete, but I do miss being a soccer Mom!

        Anyways… That’s why your name jumped out in a different place…

        So now that I’ve babbled on about my son….

        Have you ever considered that you’ve set an unrealistic perhaps unattainable expectation of yourself? I have a really good sense and understanding of people, I’m highly intuitive and sensitive (even if you don’t buy into the “new age” which are really ancient philosophies…) I guess what I’m trying to say.. I think you are a genuinely kind and compassionate man, whose experienced some messed up biological family bullshit… (I can relate to that too…) and you made a series of bad choices… And well you know the rest of your story better than me.. But for what it’s worth I think your doing ok..

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      2. I do know what you mean and I have started to think that way a little. I have a few other things on my plate that I have not told anyone or mentioned on here, but I may let those go even though to me it would be a big failure. I know that losing both would make my life tremendously better emotionally and with my relationship. But in my eyes it is still failure. And being that is all my parents told me I would amount to I have a hard time letting them go. I feel like I am always in a lose lose situation with my life these last few years. I just try and pick the choice that is the least destructive and then try and deal with it.

        I feel bad for your son. I have had to deal with many athletes that have had to try and recover from those types of injuries and it is difficult. You have to be strong mentally to come back from one, let alone two so you should be proud that he was able to do that even though he chose not to play. And be proud he made the right decision about his future.

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