You have just gone through one of the most challenging times of your life.
For some, this Winston Churchill quote may seem relatable. "When going through hell, keep going".
Well, you made it through to the other side and as difficult as it may have been, you now have a chance to write a new chapter.
A couple of weeks ago, I decided to take a walk near my office during lunch. It was a beautiful day and if the weather is nice, I try to get out for a few to stretch my legs and clear my mind.
On this particular day, I decided to venture off the paved sidewalk and head across the street where there are paths that lead to a quieter area away from cars.
Sometimes when I am looking over the expenses of a new client, I see their incomes are not really enough to support their lifestyle. A couple going through a divorce can only exacerbate the situation.
Once they are divorced, the situation only gets worse as they now have two households to run and are used to living a certain lifestyle.
Grammatically speaking, the word "Get" is the present tense form of the verb to get. "Got" is the past tense.
There are many variations of these two words however; I wanted to go in a different direction than just the root meaning.
The other day, I was realizing how many times we use the word "Got" as a complaint or in a negative way.