I had no infrastructure inside me to find hope.I’d lock myself in a small office. My tiny daughters occasionally knocked on the door, a ball in their hands. “Daddy, do you want to play?”But then something happened.I couldn’t sleep at all.
I was too anxious. So at 6 a.m. I’d go to the local cafe. One day someone brought a Scrabble set.A few of us started to play.
Soon it became a regular thing. Who were they? Nobody. All of us, nobody.First one game, then two games were going.I had zero friends from the disaster I had left behind.Read more on positivelypositive.com