4 thoughts on “Over

  1. I think as the saying goes we don’t want others to feel the way we do or have. We don’t want to see them hurting or suffering if we can care about them and help them so they don’t it makes us feel good. To know we kept someone from feeling the way we have or that we helped them through it. We are fixers nightingale I have heard it called too.

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