It has been a very busy time for everyone coming into Christmas, teenage parties and crazy work hours. It is a great time of year for me, I love Christmas, it really is a magic time of year. I was at work last week and caught myself smiling widely at the look on the faces of the kids running up to Santa Claus. That innocence is second to none.
I have not been as diligent on my blogs as I have normally tried to be, in an interview today I actually caught myself admitting that I was in a fantastic place in my life, everything was finally going well and I was feeling more apart of the Warwick community which in turn has lessened my anxiety and uncertainty along with my self esteem being quite high now that I am working.
I have laid out the issues that were weighting down my soul, I have put out the feelings towards family and people that I felt hurt me greatly and I have owned my part in these problems and now I am moving forward, like awakening from a nightmare I feel like a balloon free to float away and experience and enjoy my life.
I want to always live my truth. I want to be open and honest with all I meet and in doing so I hope others will do the same.. All my life I repeated the mantra…a problem shared is a problem halved…and I have been fortunate enough to do just that…and it works. From the lowest of lows some months ago to now I am a completely different person.
I have finally reconciled the life I once led and am ready to really enjoy this time ahead.
I want to encourage you all to share your stories, because as I have said before, there are so many people who think they are alone in this world, and the reality is we have a wealth of people who are or have suffered just as we have. Reaching out and sharing a part of yourself can save a life literally. The depth of depression I reached made me question life and this blog has helped beyond imagining.
Merry Christmas to you all
Live your truth
Smile and Breath Deeply xxx