It’s scary to talk about my experiences with anxiety and depression and ptsd. But I think it’s only scary because of the stigma and judgment people put on me. People can be very quick to judge one another. But, nowadays I’m open to sharing more about my personal experiences if it could possibly help someone else.
No matter what you’re going through you’re not alone and there are people who want to help. I’ve had to seek help multiple times in my life and I’m glad and grateful that I reached out for help when my instinct was to stay in pain in isolation.
I am a great listener and a great bridge to other resources if anyone is ever interested. Mental health is so important and each person deserves peace of mind.
Super informative and true!
There are times in life when we meet people that come along to make life better. Then there are times when people come along in our lives to make things worse. Yes, I have fallen a victim to the game, but I have been hurt enough to know how to make sure it never happens again. We need to stop fighting for relationships that have failed over and over again just to be stuck back where we started. I use to think that when you are with someone you are supposed to fight to keep them, but with maturity I have learned that you have to know what is worth fighting for. Some things are not just worth the fight so if you have been off and on with your sweetheart, I will let you know the signs you need to look out for so you can run as far…
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Over the years I have seen (and been in) so many unhappy relationships. A crazy number of my friends are with people that are so patently not right for them yet they stay with them anyway.
They waste years of their life with people that will never appreciate them, never make them happy and never allow them to live the life they want, but despite it all, they don’t leave. Ultimately, I believe it’s what leads to such a high number of divorces in the UK, and I wish there was something I could about it to help people realise it, but more importantly, empower them to do something about it. (maybe my training as a life coach will be a small step in the right direction).
Fundamentally, I believe we stay for the following reasons:
- We are scared of being on our own – because being on our own…
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