I haven't been 'notified' of your new posts, the reason no comments from me. I re-subscribed and got a page I had never seen before, so maybe now I will know every time you write. : )You are blessed to have been moved to find the "real" you. I believe most of us grow up developing who we are based on parents expectations, maybe siblings, and even school friends. Unfortunately we tend to think if we aren't part of the 'popular' clique we are no good or ?? Many people continue to live the 'lie' well into old age until we realize we wasted so much time being someone we really don't like.Go for it, and know I will always be giving you virtual hugs, along with praying you feel Gods angels wings surrounding you when you need it the most.
Thanks, Bambi. I don't understand (though I do) how some people just trudge through life, not aware of things going on around them, leading a very one-tracked mind/life/way. I've always been very mindful of myself since I was 16 (I was in counseling for being suicidal). It saved my life; literally. My counselor at the time taught me meditation. I'm so thankful for that. It's lent me many coping strategies through life.Are you getting updates and copies of entries now?
I did get your last comment. Any new entries?I've lived always trying to help others, even when they didn't want it, (per my brother I have disowned). I apologise for everything, even if it wasn't my fault. I too have gotten years of counseling for suicidal thoughts. A while back I suddenly stopped taking others opinions of me so seriously. Despite periods of depression etc. I know that "deep down" I now know a peace that comes with knowing I love and care, unconditionally and am no longer trying to change to satisfy others.May you always know that same peace, dear friend.
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