These three things, that's it. Do that for you, each day. Day by day.
For a long time I worried that my girl might grow up to hate how she looks, in the same way I did, in the same way most of the women around me did and I had no idea how I was going to stop it.
To have those drugs was a big risk some might say. But when you’re desperate, and the other choice is death, it’s a risk that I found was absolutely worth taking.
...And this is what it's like.
Hey you, I know you didn’t intend on crying so much today and you didn’t think you’d end up hiding under a blanket sobbing in the middle of the day.I know you didn’t intend on your Monday being quite this rough.You’ve had a insanely good few months, on the mental health front which is probably … Continue reading When you’d rather die, read this.
When I began Cognitive Processing Therapy I went in with a few main struggles. I had been through countless hours of therapy already and this CPT was a study specifically aimed at those with PTSD. While I had done so much work already I had a few small issues I needed to work on mainly; … Continue reading How Far I’ve Come: Therapy Impact Statements
A healing journey is a personal one and people will tell you the right way to heal, they’ll tell you what it means to heal, what it means to forgive, anything you want to find… it’s all out there.They’ll tell you whose fault it is, and whose fault it isn’t with clarity.But each journey is so … Continue reading The Journey to Forgiveness
And well, I’m not dying. But it sure feels like it and I can’t tell the difference at this point. My thoughts race to Shaun coming home from work to find the kids watching Tv and me, a contorted mess on the floor after dying in my bedroom of a panic attack. And in the meantime a dog has eaten me.