A loving relative responded to “My love letter to you“: It is one thing to be sad about something, but if it persists and disrupts your life, you may not have “sadness”, you may have clinical depression. If so, please find help. There’s no doubt I was disabled for a little while by clinical depression.Continue reading “My love letter to you PS”
My Son’s passion is a show of Our love’s purity, not a message that you needed His sacrifice…
I do not welcome you into my home because of WHAT you are to my home. I welcome you because of WHO you are to me.
If you fail at raising me out of my sadness, then you too will be sad. That will make me sadder. I choose and own my sadness right now because I believe it is where I am supposed to be, to be true to my Self. It is not despair. It is widening, not deepening.