Keeping my chin up

Sunday, March 22, 2009

I really don't know whats wrong with me sometimes. Things are finally going great again and I feel super nervous about that. For one whole year, things were pretty bad. My husband didn't have a job. We ended up living apart so he could go elsewhere to find one and now he has one, I am going to end up moving back to where we started from. I really don't want to go. I have finally created a stable situation for myself that I like. I won't end up moving back for probably a couple of months but geesh. I got myself a gym membership, awesome motivational friends who love going as much as I do. I can finally afford to eat well and not whatever we get from food donations.

Oh well, I've got to be happy while it lasts.
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    Change is hard as it's the fear of the unkown that is so scary. When you have a few minutes read my sparkpage as my grandpa was a big one on accepting change.

    "Most of the shadows of this life are caused by our standing in our own sunshine." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Hang in there and just prepare yourself as best you can. I can relate to your feelings on this. I really dislike moving as well but I've found that it opens doors to new and wonderful possibilities if you let it.


    3318 days ago
    It can be really hard to trust "good times" when you've faced bad ones. For me, when I faced a similar struggle, I found what helped me was some good reflection about what my anxieties were, creating a space for them either in my mind or in a journal. And I really fought hard with letting myself be happy, being okay to be happy, even if happiness is tenuous, not premanent. It's a hard peace to get to or maintain, but I think it's well worth working on. Go easy on yourself and keep up the good reflection. Here's hoping your happiness has good staying power! :D
    3319 days ago
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