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To Just Be

Posted by YoursTruly , 11 January 2013 · 113 views

Since my last entry I have just completely shut down and isolated myself from things just so that I can give my mind and heart a break. I've screened phone calls for individuals trying to reach me, haven't signed into many of my social sites and limited my time around my family for roughly a month. And I am glad that I did. I feel as though my feet are near solid ground. I wish a little bit that I wasn't so stubborn and actually reached out to someone as I entered a rough patch on my anniversary week. But the important part is that I've survived it. I recently started at a new university that is in the opposite direction of my old one and I feel like I can breath now that I have put space between me and a place where I have experienced entirely too much.

I know I can't live in this little bubble I've placed myself in forever. But while I can I am enjoying the peace of mind.

Jan 11 2013 06:29 PM
I wish I could do that right now. I'm living with my mum and sister and I don't even have a bedroom to get away into (I've recently become wheelchair bound and so can no longer get to my upstairs bedroom). I really need some peace to get myself back to me. The r*** feels fresh and raw at the moment even though it was 6 years ago. Sometimes you just need space to get through the rough patches. Sending you good positive thoughts to help you through the rough patch.
Glad you can find some breathing space hun hugs to you. try not to isolate to long ok

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