I can’t predict the future; all I can do is try to manage those things within my control. There is one thing I do know, though: doing these three things will help you, whatever that looks like for you.
Tag: mental health
I’ve had a rough couple of weeks. Things just kind of … went off the rails, all at once. This is a typical pattern for me, but it always takes me by surprise when it finally happens.
Alas, I am now one of those ladies. You know, the kind that gets on the internet and puts on makeup for other people to watch? I feel like I’m finally part of the “in-crowd” now. I may only have one “look” but it counts, as far as I’m concerned.
I sat down the other day, and this just came out of me. It felt like it mattered enough to keep going, so I’m going to share it with you today because maybe you feel the same way I do, and it feels good to know that we’re together in something.
My mind and body are in a much better place than I was, and that’s all because someone loved me enough to make me get the help I needed, even when I wasn’t willing to do it for myself.
It was a journey, getting over you. You’re the catalyst that launched the whole beautiful life I have now, and your goodbye taught me more about me than any classroom ever could have. Life experience is the best teacher there is, and you’re the one that led me to finding myself.
Getting “presentable” shouldn’t be a chore. For me, it has to be fast & easy, and it has to make me feel good about me. Here are the Lucky 7 beauty products that I use every day to give me that “put-together” look and feeling in 5 minutes!
As tears rolled down my cheeks and going on hour three in that room, I told the psychiatrist I’d just met with a shaky voice that I had been thinking about stopping pumping because I had a feeling I might feel better if I did that but that I wasn’t sure I could because the guilt I felt about it was too overwhelming to deal with.