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Fighting The Good Fight

Hey Friends!

I’ve been away for longer than I expected and I’m so sorry.

There were some circumstances happening in my personal life that triggered a “dark moment”. Dark moments occur when I’ve lost control of depression and it desperately tries to take over my life.

It’s a process to get through such moments and it takes a lot of support from God and my loved ones to get through it, otherwise, depression and anxiety would swallow me whole. Yet, I continue to fight the good fight towards emotional stability and overall wellness; mind, body, soul.

That being said, I came across this quote that convinced me to continue blogging. I entertained the thought of giving up my blog because there is so much going on and I have to let something go. Right now, life is overwhelming and I have to take a step back.

So instead of giving up completely, I will go back to blogging 4 days a week just until I am able to dedicate more time. Plus, it would be so stupid and selfish of me to give up something 1. I love, 2. I’ve dedicated a lot of time and effort to, 3. Gods blessing.

I don’t know where I’m headed, Per se…I just know blogging will get me there and I cannot give up, no matter what challenges present themselves.

I’m really proud of myself for posting daily, even if it lasted for a few weeks. It’s all about celebrating the small things, I guess 🤷🏽‍♀️

I pray that whatever you are facing in life, that you have the courage to continue your journey and allow God to use what’s in your heart to illuminate your path. I pray that instead of regretting what you didn’t accomplish, you will celebrate because YOU did it, YOU tried it and that’s more than a lot of people have done. Be proud of yourself!

One Love! Stay blessed!

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” -Steve Jobs

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22 comments on “Fighting The Good Fight

  1. domesticgoddessextraordinaire

    Please don’t give up writing. I look forward to your posts. My father passed away recently very unexpectedly and I have been in a funk for weeks. Feels like autopilot, going through the motions….so many things happening at once. His memorial was yesterday and I literally felt like I was going to have a nervous breakdown. My mother passed away 3 years ago and I still have a hole in my heart for that. So I decided I need to heal. I need to care for myself and heal so I can be good for my family. Depression can’t win this fight. I have to win it. Writing helps. There is only time for me once a week. If you can do 4 that’s really good. Anything you put out there will help others as well as yourself. Take care!

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    • I’m so sorry for your loss. I pray that receive healing from your broken heart.

      Thank you so much for your kind, encouraging words. We shall not let depression win, no matter what. ❤️❤️❤️

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  2. I’m so glad to see you keeping on AND taking time for selfcare. Since mom made her transition, I have had more severe anxiety attacks. Selfcare and whole wellness is propriety number one. You got this, sis. You’re inspiring many. I’m just a phone call away if you ever need an ear. 💚✊🏾❤️

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    • Thank you so much sis! I love you so much. I appreciate you’re encouraging words. I am just a phone call away if you ever need me as well. ❤️❤️❤️

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  3. The antidote to depression…is writing more often

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  4. Through our darkest times we find our lightest moments. Glad you are better. I have days where everything seems grim. We are like delicate flowers. x

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  5. Praying for you and sending lots of hugs & good vibes your way!! Don’t completely stop writing but definitely be sure to take time and show yourself LOTS of Self Love and Self Care !!! Keep fighting that depression. You’re stronger than you think and God’s power is not intimidated by your circumstances. Don’t ever forget that!

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  6. Your work is very worthwhile! I’m glad you won’t be leaving us completely. Why don’t you give your bad self a break from schedules and expectations & just blog for our benefit when it’s a joy for you to provide them for us? Doesn’t matter if you’re down or up — we go down and up too…?

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  7. Beautifully written. Thank you for sharing your heart. Praying that God will love up on you today.

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