2 years and 8 months of believing that I deserve to live and not die.
Yes, it IS like that.
I want to remember this journey. The good and the bad of it…the lessons.
Change requires turning some attention to yourself instead of looking outward at everything and everyone else to fix it for you.
This I do know.
You have to be mindful of your life and choices, to actually change. You have to own your choices in this life.
At one point is does become a choice.
Even though it’s uncomfortable at times. Even though you aren’t perfect and have to admit it openly.
You can’t change the uncomfortable parts in life.
There’s a challenge but also a peace and calm and understanding in knowing and realizing that. With that understanding comes a sense of strength and some peace too.
Peaces strung together.
Just because it feels like you can’t get through something, doesn’t mean you can’t get through it.
I believe now that working through personal challenges without things that make my life unmanageable is the healthiest way to have a healthy life.
I cannot drink.
I equate a healthy life to helping myself so that I can help others in this life.
I’m guess I’m glad I’m done making excuses, and more to doing the work today to change towards better ways.
Feels good to be in recovery a little more every day.
No one can take the work you put into yourself, from you. It can ONLY make you stronger in character and happier in yourself.
J.Rounds ©2019 ~Peaces of ME