Hello My Friends
The last time we talked, I was down in the dumps, depressed, fighting insomnia, anxiety attacks, and all kinds of fun stuff. I’m happy to say I’m getting better, and there is a bright shining light at the end of this tunnel. The best advice I can give to anybody going through a tuff time is to reach out to friends and family. I usually try to keep everything bottled up inside, dealing with all my issues and problems by myself. I want to appear powerful and put together; I don’t want to seem needy or weak or unable to handle challenges. I want to be the person people lean on not the person that needs others to lean on.
I threw all that bullshit out the window and made a conscious effort to hang out with my friends and family I reached out and told them I was hurting, shared some of my problems and accepted their support. Little did I know everyone is going through something, and everyone was more than happy to be a shoulder for me to cry on. I had more than my fair share of drinks, tons of long talks, cried a few times, binge-watched the West Wing, started creating art again, all while consuming way too many calories.
I’m happy to say I’m somewhat back on track. I’m still a little shakey but a lot more stable than I have been in a very long time. I’m ready for my next challenge whatever that may be. There will be lots of changes coming up in my near future, and I feel blessed to have you all come along for the ride.
My next goal is to create the life I’ve always wanted, to have a positive effect on the world. My profession as a Life Coach, Artist and Blogger helps me with that, I’m going to continue to strive to spread love throughout this world one person at a time.0