I Should Stop a Listening to My Music

On my phone when I go to lunch. There is too much to remind me of S.   Songs like Harvest Moon by Neil Young.  Slow dancing in his living room to it. Laying on his shoulder…  I put a lot of Neil on after that. Van Morrison, Someone Like You. Always thought that was about S. 

Also lots of music that brings back the pain, and I don’t want to revisit that either. Silver Spring by Fleetwood Mac, Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd, Diamonds and Rust by Joan Baez. 

I think I better switch to Pandora.  Less chance of a trigger.  Struggling a little today.  First time all week, probably because it’s a long weekend, and once again  I’m alone. Dammit. I’ll be ok. 

I’m posting this from my phone. Don’t know if the YouTube link will display. 


4 responses to “I Should Stop a Listening to My Music

  1. Sorry to hear you’re struggling. You’re doing amazingly well, so a little backslide sometimes is to be expected.
    Music is such a trigger… I love music, but haven’t been able to listen to Spotify for over 2 weeks. It’s great when new songs come into my world as they have no association to him, but I still can’t really ‘listen’ because often the lyrics will set me off again…

    One moment at a time – remember, that’s all that matters.

    You’ve got this Deb, honestly you have ā¤

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