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Kill The Mole

Yesterday, I decided to give my husband a peek inside my brain and took him along a trip of my distorted thinking, all in hopes of enlightening him on the differences between the way our minds work. He was open … Continue reading

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EXHAUSTED

   I am literally exhausted to my core. The struggle to be stronger than how I truly feel is taking it’s toll on me each day. I’m waking up every morning with that terrible sense of dread of what I’m … Continue reading

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Challenge Accepted 

   “Be active in your present, so that you can have a better future”.  These words echo in my mind since I heard them yesterday. And with that phrase, I also hear, “the only way to get through it, is to … Continue reading

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Building Blocks 

   I spoke in an earlier post about comparing my life to a set of building blocks and the more time I’ve had to think about it, the more the analogy fits for me. I see my entire life as … Continue reading

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Dust Myself Off

   If there’s one thing that having a mental illness has taught me, it’s that I’m one tough cookie. Resilience courses through my veins as naturally as blood flowing. It’s hard to remember that when I’m at my lowest point … Continue reading

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I Win The Fight 

I haven’t written in a long time and that’s probably because I’ve been incredibly busy that life’s been a whirlwind! I’ve hardly had time to catch my breath and today was a day that I was tested to my limits … Continue reading

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