We have to work our way through them though, the only alternative is to give up, to sink and lose hope.
I find gardening, on however small a scale always helps, even if it's only pottering about a bit, or sowing some seeds in plastic bottles, it's something to do with getting back to nature, realising that our problems are a tiny speck in the great scheme of things.
So this is where I am right now, problems and hurt to deal with, but still hanging on tight to the future dream. It's not as if I haven't been there and done it all before, but it still hurts just as much however many times you have to 'sort your life out'.
My 'propagator' is working well, (recycled fish tank) I've positioned my 'daylight' lamp over it, but I'm not sure it needs it really, I think that will work better in the winter months when I plan to try indoor winter vegetable gardening.
I've smiled this morning when I saw some lettuce seeds had germinated only 36 hours after planting in a recycled plastic bottle turned into a mini-greenhouse.
I almost chuckled with glee when I tried out an experiment I learned on You Tube about making a gentle watering device for seedlings.
I've prepared several plastic bottles to make a 'hanging indoor garden', they're all ready to be planted up now, I'm really excited about that.
Runner and French beans are going mad, too early to plant them out yet, they'll have to have stakes to keep them upright before going outside.
I've incorporated bread making into my routine now, and am finding it very easy, I don't touch it at all, it's done in the Kenwood, here are my two latest loaves, I used less flour and added some wheatgerm into these two for a change.
Sopicat rules what I want to watch on TV as you can see
His favourite programmes are: Topcat, The Aristocats, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Silvester and Tweety Pie. His favourite actress is Kat from Eastenders of course. Sometimes though, it all gets too much for him: