I can finally deal with my emotions and feelings in a healthy manner.
I've taught her to be strong and she's taught me how to be a man.
I have my spirit and I am loved for it. The blessings hidden in my many trials were impossible to see until much later. Today I feel invincible and proud to have made a life of love from out of the darkness.
We are often told to live for today. I am trying hard to do just that.
Alcoholism and unresolved trauma are not the foundation on which to create a stable and loving home.
Go ahead and do it. Write down your dream.
Who would have thought that one could rediscover themselves, become a better person, and finally create the happiness from within that was always deserved just by leaning into the struggle, learn from adversity, and developing resilience – all after turning 40 years old?
My mom passed away last September. Before she died, I apologized for all the things I had done. I told her she was a good mom to me. She did what she knew how to do.