So, what is worse than someone, a person close to you whether it’s a family member, romantic partner, acquaintance, or… Telling you that your bad behavior shouldn’t be justified because you have PTSD?
No. Nothing. Walk away.
Do we talk to people to remember we’re people too, and that we have a higher purpose?
Yes. There are ways to reach out and get things off our chest. Sometimes, talking to therapists, close friends, acquaintances, or even strangers, can help us understand and come to terms with our higher purpose.
Mental illness, doesn’t prevent people from experiencing miracles. In fact, in my case, I can observe the trigger and how it ends as miraculous. PTSD really does have my back, but it takes my sanity too. Yet it leaves me with a view to my present and a go into my future. Who would have thought?
Thanks for the listen! Many blessings, Sandi 🙏🏼
Chapter 18 of 21.
I often get inspiration from God. It comes in the form of doodles, words, or deed. These chapters are a BIG PRAY. 🙏🏼 The kind that I know the meaning, but some may be guessing.
It’s not my intention to hide or be subtle. The words and images make their way to Internetverse… This doodle expresses how we can easily hurt each other by words or deeds, or both.
It’s so easy to stay suck in pain. Our personal pain, collective pain, and physical/emotional pain. Pain. That’s not an excuse to continue on that path. How to get out of it? Tons of inner work. Talking it out with people we trust. Therapy. It is a decision. Not a choice. Though tons of choices seem obvious, they’re merely crossroads for excuses.
How will you decide to handle your pain? Whatever it is, you/we aren’t experiencing our humanity alone on this planet. Remember, we are made of God’s fabric. You are light and love.
Many blessings 🙏🏼, Sandi