TMS gave me my life back, no joke.
Right now, I am very angry. I also feel a lot of guilt and shame about something. I don’t really feel like getting into it, as that only allows me to ruminate and marinate in the negatives more than I’m willing to do. That’s growth right there! Instead, I will use this opportunity to prove…
No one intends to become an alcoholic. They drink to relieve pain and suffering.
I am grateful there is someplace to go when I feel unsafe.
Practicing mindfulness, and willingness, let to good things happening.
This was a great opportunity to practice some of the skills I’ve learned to combat anxiety, including mindfulness.
Even though it will be painful at times, interesting and hard work, I look forward to this part of the journey.
It’s a lot easier to live a satisfying life when you’re not telling yourself a bunch of lies.
I don’t have all the answers right now but that’s why I have the professional support I do.
Coming to terms with depression.
“If I leave the house, I’ll end up drinking.”