Grief and depression can really take me down.
Anxiety keeps me quiet and isolated.
It’s an understatement to say pushing back against mental health is simply a challenge. It’s a constant demand on every ounce of my mental, emotional, and physical resolve.
I’m grateful for the perspectives I am gaining in counseling, and the personal growth I realize I am experiencing. I understand it is my own reconnections to myself that have allowed such intense emotions to surface; nonetheless I am fatigued.
It’s been a long week or so dealing with these new emotions I feel over the loss of my mom and I know this is likely just the beginning. It feels like she just died, all over again, as I process feelings I have suppressed.
It hurts as I reconcile how little I know about her, and how much I missed out on.
Life can sure be unfair.
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