Wil’s kindness has touched me and made me realize that there are decent people in the world still.
Nature and watching my 15-month old twins learn new things daily. Watching them be so excited about everything makes my heart melt.
I became more by letting go of helping unappreciative people and wondering what people think of me. I am finally paying attention to what I need and what makes me a better person. I am a better mom to my twins and more present.
I am nervous about judgment and what if I fail? I am also struggling with depression and PTSD that holds me back sometimes.
I value my sobriety. I have to invest in self-help, self-awareness and asking others for help or guidance if necessary. Sobriety does not come easy, but the more I learn to love myself for who I am, the more I accept myself for everything I have become, the more I praise myself for the little things, the longer I can remain sober. Loving myself has been the hardest journey thus far.
The first look I have in the mirror when I wake up every morning. Knowing that it’s a new day. My coffee and Starbucks white chocolate mocha creamer. A blank slate to work on. My new office.
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