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  1. Enjoy your singleness. If I had known I was going to like being divorced so much I would have done it much sooner. I and only I am in control of my destiny and it is just so liberating. Once I made the decision to just live for me and my son I found a girlfriend who is exactly what I wanted. We both have the same philosophy about marriage and more kids. NEVER AGAIN. There are plenty of fish in the sea.

  2. It is like an out of body experience. i could see and hear everything going on around me but was completely unable to connect with reality. Driving was the worst. the light would be red and I knew I was supposed to stop but my brain could not make me lift my foot off the accelerator and onto the brake. I would then proceed to go right through the red light. It is a miracle that I didn't kill someone. I was put into special ed because the brain fog was so bad.

  3. I used to have a very difficult time in social situations. The brain fog made it impossible for me to concentrate and I would make a total idiot out of myself every single time. It didn't take long and I avoided every social situation. Now I can handle myself quite well in any social situation but get very fatigued if I do too many of them. I am not shy but I am certainly not outgoing. I still need a lot of time alone to get recharged.

  4. My energy levels went through the roof when I went gluten-free. There were times when it would take everything I had just to go from the bedroom to the bathroom. People who used to get irate waiting for me to catch up are now begging for mercy. I started a new job in February that pushes me to the limit everyday and I still have enough left to do things with my son when I get home.

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