Ever since this moment I choose to communicate instead of bottle up my frustrations, the whole atmosphere of work has changed. We still aren't perfect, we still fight, but peace has so flooded the situation that the turmoil I was facing on a daily basis has vanished.
This was rocking me to the core, it was like someone was slowly pulling my heart apart like it was a wispy piece of cotton candy. Shredding, yet whole and taking on a whole new shape and identity.
I wanted to share this post this morning as it is resonating in my life with deciding how many chance do I give a person. How much grace is in my heart. I will choose to believe again.
I will no longer live in the secrete dark places that fear drags our heart into when we are don't know what direction is up. I will live in truth, the light and have peace if my life.
Three little words that may dictate your every emotion and reaction when life turns upside down.
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So today as I think about all the things that have to be done or need to be done I have peace knowing that I feel productive today and I am excited to see how far this journey will go. I choose to jump into the whirlwind and see where I will land.
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“So what, you have a label? ‘Depressive’. Everyone would have a label if they asked the right professional.” ~ Matt Haig
Today, I wanna share with you things I’ve learned from Matt Haig‘s infinitely important book, Reasons to Stay Alive. Matt himself lived through depression and came terrifyingly close to attempting suicide. In this book, he shares with rare clarity not only what it means to live with depression, but also how to live better as a result of it.
If you or someone you know is struggling with depression or anxiety, THIS is the one book you have to read. One review said it “should be on prescription,” and I agree it well should be. Below are just five of the best lessons it shares:
1. Depression is real, but it’s hard for people to understand it because it’s invisible.
“The weirdest thing…
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