We can't always accurately predict ahead of time what the outcomes of change will be, nor can we always foresee the far-reaching effects of its tendrils.
The change comes,
and later we find that - oh, no! I'm not liking this effect at all!
So it is with my blog(s). Having been silent for months, changes happened while I was away. With my most recent posts people were unable to add comments, so I had to adjust my settings.
Somewhere I clicked something, and I'm not entirely sure what it was, but I wish I could undo it.
All my old posts are now one huge long run-on paragraph. If you're a regular visitor, you'll know immediately that is NOT my style.
So, now I'm going to be cleaning up a huge unintended mess as I go through all the blog posts I've ever written, and try to make them presentable and put back in the paragraph breaks for the intended emphasis.
By then, there is no way to un-do it. We're simply left trying to figure out how to cope, how to deal, how to repair all the damage (if that is even possible) and pull together yet another room full of shattered pieces of our heart or life back together just to survive.
Adoption does not "solve" a "problem" -
it only creates different ones, and more of them.