Breaking Point

After much consideration, I recognize I need help. I am contacting a psychiatrist Monday. The last few years of change, heartbreak and restlessness have taken their toll. There is no shame in asking for help, it actually creates a little bit of hope for me.

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5 thoughts on “Breaking Point

  1. As long as we have breath, we have hope. And you are right – there is no shame in asking for help. It takes courage to do that. With that said though: I don’t know you beyond these pages and I have no right to advise, so forgive me – but please, please be careful what, if anything you allow them to give you to ‘ease’ your emotional pain. It only creates a mask, but in turn you could end up losing all of the wonderful qualities that makes you, you. I’ve watched people go down this road before and then slowly watched as they became someone else. Please don’t misunderstand though, it is wonderful that you realize you need help and are ready to have someone help you. I truly hope that through it you can find peace and happiness.

  2. Good for you, girl. Remember that no one – not even a therapist – can change you. Your decisions are still your own and no one is controlling you. Getting help is such a good step in taking care of yourself; it is your choice to get well, amazing.

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