You're on a journey, but are you truly living through it and doing what's best for you, not what other's want you to do. We have limits and we certainly have breaking points
I'm ready to return to my first love(s) re-working the previous books from the journey collection series to writing the newest books from the series. Publishing with Realistic Poetry International and Tablo Publishing this year of 2020
I'd say though heartily transitioning, adjusting to a new lifestyle takes time, there's no time limit. It's all in timing. I can get a bit impatient at times. When I get to feeling impatient I reflect putting myself in a grounded position, stand or sit firm in place, breathe and then move. The movement rejuvenates my body, my mind becomes clearer and my soul doesn't carry any weight.
I don't have the answers I simply follow my heart and remain to keep the faith alive in me when times get too tough to bare. I know who to go to in those times, though they are just a handful and honestly I like it that way.
2019 began.... What came and has gone has changed my way of life and living all together. I went into trauma counseling for PTSD, as to the anxiety/panic and depression. Sessions did wonders for my mental health and as for my physical health wasn't doing much at first yet improved over time. I've gained much… Continue reading Who Ever Said Life Would Come Easy? Navigating Through It