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Since the F-bomb storm some crazy things happened. In general everything is more calm.

She picked up school. Actually even picked up extra work. Looking like finishing up the school year strong.

All that without medication. How was it about being too good to be true?

On one side, there are situations like ours right now, when we just want to believe that all this is actually true.

On the other side though, what I am seeing don’t really add up.

Such a stark contrast to that F-bomb storm.

Honestly: it is nice to have calmer evenings. We even played Uno the other evening. Together. We laughed. Together. Made fun of each other without anyone storming out angrily. And laughed more. Together. Like normal families do.

What helped? Or more specifically: what is helping? How can we make sure we won’t screw up this current progress? Or is this even a progress right now? And if it is, in which direction?

Is the worst behind us? Would leaving her with more responsibility really help? And if it would, why or how?

And if this something that is currently helping is not it, then what is? And who’ll stop the rain?

Who’ll Stop The Rain — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Long as I remember the rain been comin’ down
Clouds of mystery pourin’ confusion on the ground
Good men through the ages tryin’ to find the sun
And I wonder, still I wonder, who’ll stop the rain?
I went down Virginia, seekin’ shelter from the storm
Caught up in the fable, I watched the tower grow
Five Year Plans and New Deals, wrapped in golden chains
And I wonder, still I wonder, who’ll stop the rain?
Heard the singers playin’, how we cheered for more
The crowd had rushed together, tryin’ to keep warm
Still the rain kept pourin’, fallin’ on my ears
And I wonder, still I wonder, who’ll stop the rain?

Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: John C. Fogerty
Who’ll Stop the Rain lyrics © Jondora Music