Turning a page

There’s something freeing about seeing the truth for what it is, shutting the door, locking it, and throwing that key as far as you can possibly throw it.

Turning a page.

I felt bad for a little while earlier, but it took someone whom I never expected, to make me see how I could really decide what was right for me and that I was the only one that could do it.

Thank you. You’re right as well. About everything.

Earlier I got some rather stark reality and I was beside myself. But I see it for what is worth now; and what I have ahead of me to do.

I know I am moving forward in the right direction, and making positive progress in my life every day. I know I struggle with mental health issues, and I know in order to be a positive influence in my kids life, I have to let go of all my crutches and negative influences in my life.

Turning a page is sometimes not very easy. Especially when it has been stuck on the page for way too long.

Tonight I start another chapter in my life, and tomorrow will be the first time in a long time that I will finally know for certain where I am going.

And that is forward to a future that is peaceful and happy. I’m staying on the path I’ve set for myself.

This day is significant in my life, because I finally decided enough was enough.

Eventually everything will work out. I’m positive.

Anyone that knows me knows I can do anything I set my mind to.

I’m going to be just fine.
I’m also happy that I know this; and glad that I can’t find the key. I never even looked for it.

Love yourself.
J.Rounds (c)2016 ~Peaces of Me

2 thoughts on “Turning a page

  1. what a pathalogical lying piece of shit you are. the reason you lost your kids is because you are incapable, you are an alcoholic that sells her body to the highest bidder.


  2. You have absolutely no idea about me at all. OR what I’ve been through or how I live, and you never will. Do you really think, I would ever listen to a bully on the internet? Not happening. Find something better to do, and get some kind of actual life. To you I say have a nice day. I’ve made tons of changes in my life for the better, and you can’t take that away from me at all. I’m a recovering alcoholic. I absolutely do not sell myself to anyone, and I don’t have to lie at all. What’s the point in that? Thank you. As if it is up to you to tell me anything… Really. This is a personal blog for me and my healing process. Thank you for the judgement though. I hope you feel better about yourself now.


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