OK is a relative term

The ex is OK – there’s no nerve damage besides a face that doesn’t want to smile and there wasn’t much cancerous tissue in his face and neck.

My parents are OK – as they wait, both out of work, to find out if my father will either get one of the jobs he’s interviewed for or if the unemployment will be extended. As they wait and worry that they’ll lose their home.

My boyfriend is OK – though he seems so stressed both mentally and physically lately.

I am OK – though my job sucks and I worry constantly about money and all the people in my life.

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