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What do you do when your life has been on a downward spiral for too long? (Depression, Anxiety, Emotion Management Struggles, Spiritual Apathy, Food Addiction, Low Self-Esteem - the list could go on) You realize you have no other choice but to spend the rest of your life in misery, or you work up the courage to ask for help - more help than you've ever been willing to ask for before. #Prayer Whew - this one is a doozy - lengthy but full of self-discovery & honesty
In March of 2018 I realized - truly realized - that my life had gotten to the point of requiring a major overhaul. If I was a house, I'd need to be gutted & remodelled.
I also realized that I was finally ready to face the harsh realities of what would be required to take on such a job.
There were and are a lot of different avenues I've used & am continuing to use on a path towards overall, whole health and healing.
This journey, for me, has been about change. That change for the better is a possibility & something that should be sought after. We are not meant to remain stagnant. I look forward to sharing the changes I've made to improve my quality of life & the lives of my children.
"That I Would Be Good" is the title of an Alanis Morrissette song from the Album, "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie", released in 1998. I had listened to this song many, many times over & always felt a sense of appreciation for the message.
Even though there are a million things wrong in my life, flaws & weaknesses that keep me from being the person I could & should be - even with all of these things - I still want to be good. I still want to live my life to the fullest, & make the changes I need to, rather than have a life long pity party.
I would definitely recommend looking this song up - it can stir emotion like nobody's business.