I'm frustrated because it was a good post. I should have known that this could happen and I should have done the correct thing, i.e., I should have "backed-it-up" on a USB device. Like Winston Churchill stated so eloquently, "Failure to plan is a plan to fail." I didn't copy it, and so it goes.
But this kind of thing happens to us all. We can't beat ourselves up. And, we can't predict the what, when or where; however, we can take steps to avoid starting over if that is what you wish to avoid.
And so it is with ourselves and with our relationships. Could how you feel about yourself or a situation be prevented? What was your role in it, and what do you believe you should have done differently?
I'm sure you can appreciate the underlying message...Stay on track. Focus on what's important. If you wish to keep "it" (whatever it, is) - safeguard it. And that includes yourself, your loved ones, and the ongoing maintenance required to have healthy relationships. Do what you need to do to "back-up" what's important to you. It's a reasonable resolution to make for the New Year. My warm wishes for good health and happiness.