Survived the Winter – Living Bi-Polar It is almost April, and I made it through the winter without going into the depths of the darkness
Keeping ourselves motivated can be difficult, especially during what may seem the dark times, the difficult times, times when everything seems to be going wrong. It’s at this time we need to realize that motivation is not something we can rely on someone else giving us. We are in control of our motivation.
When you let your worries go, your anxiety go, and you take that deep breath. You realize that the sky is not falling and you can move on. You realize there are some adventures to be had, some friendships to be made and your life becomes richer, just because you became mindful.
Yes, I caught myself doing it again last night, coming home from the grocery store, ice cream melting in the back seat as I went chasing the sunset to try to get a picture of the wonderful colors I saw in the sky. Looking desperately for a clear view to admire the Great Artist’s Work.
How many times during the day do you look at what you need to do and your mind can’t concentrate on just the task at
Always listen, always act, and always get out of your comfort zone. The Universe has great things in store for you, pay attention!
What does this mean? What does it involve? What does it encompass? How do you do it? Can you live life passionately when you have to work to make a living to support yourself and your family? YES!
What can we, who suffer with these “invisible enemies” of the mind and soul such as bi-polar depression or fibromyalgia or any other illness that gives us pain every day do to overcome these self-defeating behaviors and thoughts? It’s not easy.
Have you felt the darkness creep on you or that it would never end? That you have been deserted by all those you that loved you, that you are alone in the universe, that even God has deserted you?
I’ve heard selfies are egotistical, and maybe to some it is, to me it’s my mirror, it’s my way of telling myself to stay the course, that I am worth the effort to do the things I do, to try to do what I want to do in the future, to aspire to become a better person for the world and those I love.
Netdancer has been quiet, she has been contemplating the future of her site, she has contemplated her own future. She has lost her passion for freelance