So many of us have goals, dreams, aspirations, but something happens to put those on hold. The death of a family member, the loss of friends because they are battling a mental disorder you only found out about when they were deep in it, many things can interfere and it’s sad. No matter what happens, try to always remember the best days, the best things about them, always wish them the best, and hope they find their peace, or peace-of-mind as the case may be.
While fulfilling your goals is important, sometimes it’s just as important to take a step back and reflect. When you do get back to work, as a writer or artist, use it, your thoughts, feelings, share your heart in your art, it will make it that much more beautiful. You never know, it could also help somebody.
As someone with anxiety and depression, I understand many of the struggles. You might live with it, but it doesn’t have to define or control you. I’m not done, I’m not stopping, I’m just reflecting.
If you’re a Canadian and want to help someone you know with PTSD, you can by visiting the links below.
Have a great day everyone.