I am a strong advocate for mental health as I have PTSD and Bipolar. I am wanting to decompress on some hard things with building a business.
Do not build walls. For they are dangerous. Learn you transcend them.
Where to begin is hard but working on my business behind the scenes does not always show my mood. I have been in a stuck spot for a while. I have been ignoring it and now it is not letting me do that.
So, I am taking a mini break to decompress in this blog post. I am feeling stressed out and it helps to do coloring pages so expect to see more. I am waiting on funds to go into my bank for the newest website updates.
I am working on making my YouTube channel grow to 15 people by the end of October. I am going to be making more art products for sell.
Here is an old story that I am re-post.
Allison text her brother " He loves me, but he hit me again. It's bad this time. Can you come get me and take me to the ER?" Her brother replied, "of course but you have to report him this time." Allison was being abused by her boyfriend but because this has been going on for so long, she felt she would escape him alive.
Allison had another bad nightmare. Her brother came to the door and knocked are you okay. She realized she'd had another nightmare and woke him up.
So, got up went to the bathroom and wash her face. Ask herself do you remember ever having peaceful dreams since you left him.
She wrote in her journal before putting on a meditation. Then she went back to bed. The next morning, she woke up a decided to do another inspiration painting. She done a couple of them but this one would be special. It would mean something to her. It would symbolize the dream of starting to plan her exit from the toxicity of the relationship she was in.
She decided that maybe it is time again to work with a therapist. She never truly thought she get to this point where she was willing to work and accept herself for who she was.
Dreams became less intense and she knew that's what happens when better nights are head.
Her therapist read some harsh facts to her. "One in four women will experience domestic abuse at some point in their life. An estimated 1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by an intimate partner each year. Women comprise 85 percent of domestic violence victims.'
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My Story of Overcoming: My Memoir by Marie Owens https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F21YL3Z/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_x_oIhlFb99AMXP7