I haven't been able to read this whole article yet but I'm very intrigued by it. I'm one of those people that feel like they just have to watch the bad things that are going on. I watch in horror, and I cry, and I just take it all in. I feel my whole body tense up and I'm just filled with unbelievable sadness for these people and all they're going thru.
Of course right now it's the VTech Shooting. I've actually been trying not to watch much of it. I've read a bit on the internet and Garry had something about it on last nite for a few minutes-I was crying within seconds. This time it's different for me, I'm not just sad and shocked that someone can do something so horrible, but I'm filled with anxiety. I feel shaky all over and my insides feel fluttery and empty but twisted and heavy at the same time.
Maybe having kids has changed how I react. I can't even fathom having my kids in school and seeing on the internt/tv that there's been a shooting.
Ok, my mind is starting to fall apart, I have to go do something else and try not to think about this for a while. I've attached the article I was talking about, and a pic of the kids just becuz.