I've always been in awe of people who overcame huge adversity to go on to lead at least somewhat decent lives. The first name that comes to mind is Chris Gardner. He was the subject of the movie The Pursuit of Happyness. The movie was great (sugarcoated) but the real story told in his book is horrifying. Its so bad that I regret reading the book and I love books.

I have an opportunity to overcome and it feels wrong somehow. Like yay my H dumped me for OW but look how happy I am now. I don't want H to be happy - yet he's always been unhappy. What are the odds that he found bliss after dumping his entire family for OW?

Does this make any sense to anyone??