Photography made me realize that there is more out there than just sit here and continue to see what I’ve been seeing every single day.
God has you when you’re wondering if there is a God. God has you when you’re ignoring him and questioning him and cursing his name. God has you when you’re driving in your car, exhausted from an awful day at work, sobbing to a sad song on the radio. God has you when you’re dwelling on the past.
Anxiety isn’t always rational, and chances are your partner is hyper-aware of that fact.
The truth is, you are stronger than all of this. You’re smarter than your demons.
Get to school and work as hard as you possibly can, never giving up because something seems to hard to comprehend. Children all over the world don’t even have the right to an education, and here you are giving up on the one thing that so many others pray for.
I recognize that I can’t keep doing this to myself, it’s surely not good for my health nor is it going to get me any good favors in living longer.
This is all in response to him just saying that he agrees that there wasn’t a spark, and wants to stay friends.
Recovery is scary, confusing and lonely. But recovery is created by you. So here’s to defining a “normal state” in terms which are special to you.
I don’t subscribe to cults of personality or witch hunts — even when there are actual witches.
We sometimes perceive asking for help as a sign of weakness, when it fact it’s the complete opposite. Asking for help is a sign of wanting to improve yourself and being wise enough to know you can’t always do it alone.