It’s your road, and yours alone -- Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you. Good days give you happiness, bad days give you experience, and the worst days give you the best lessons. This links to Ways to Live, and Not Merely Exist"
There was a time in our relationship when we almost called it quits. I remember that year of wondering if this was it. I cried more and prayed more during that year than any before. See, I had morphed to a size so ginormous that I felt a big part of the issue was my fault. But, it wasn't my size that was the problem. My size was just an indicator of the emotional and spiritual issues that lay deep within me. #sweetlove
WHY? A Heart's Cry Why - we ask? We don't understand. We question what happened. We are not at fault for questioning what has happened. We remain at fault when we allow our questions to turn to bitterness. The bitterness is what the devil uses to trip us and have us doubting God and His goodness....
Grateful for my wildman.I've learned that you're in control of your own decisions, your own fate, you have the power to feel however you want. You decide to be OK w/your decisions and others are far from being responsible for that. You can't regret what y
Putting aside any fear or anxiety related to crowds, I m doing this poll to see if people with PTSD tend to like to ride roller coasters, like the kind at amusement parks. I generally do not enjoy ride roller coasters. They are all fear, not exciting to me. But a friend of mine with PTSD really likes them. She hates crowds, but she loves the roller coasters.