I'm exhausted from trying to be stronger than I feel. I'm truly trying to forgive and let go. I'm tired of being afraid. I'm tired of crying. I know I'm enough. I just have to reiterate that dialogue internally and focus on the good.
Someone from Palm Bay, Florida, US posted a whisper, which reads "I'm quitting my job to save my mental health. I'm probably going to struggle financially for a little while, but my sanity is worth it.
how I feel about moving. I just created a count down. I can& wait to thrive around people with intelligence. if i stay for med school here I& die a little but in that case like 6 years until I can leave.
I had my last drink 3 years ago today, on April 13th, 2013. Whenever I celebrate these sobriety milestones, I tend to get a lot of congratulations for the fact I've made it some amount of time without alcohol. Which is, of course, a big, huge, crazy deal. For the last 1,095 days not a drop of alcohol has passed these lips. Not many people can say that, and being proud I don't drink will never get old. But if I'm being honest, sober time under my belt is far less interesting and…
I Quit Sugar & Quitting sugar? Here are the 9 stages you can expect. The experience of quitting sugar is different for everybody (and every body). But that doesn& mean there are no universal truths when it comes to saying goodbye to the sweet stuff.