I am not afraid anymore…

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Hey everyone,

Hope everyone is feeling ok and if you’re not, well that is ok too as you’re only human. It has been a few days since I have posted because I have been getting my shit together, I am been getting my life in order, well improving it from chaos to organized chaos. I realize now I was in a bit of a slump of self-pity, adding baggage to the already overflowing baggage I have been carrying around me for years.
They say that sometimes you have to hit rock bottom before you can rebuild again, well I decided I didn’t want to put myself at risk of going to that place, I needed to rebuild now. So I am wiping away the cobwebs, no I am setting that self-pity wheel in flames and letting the beauty come out of the ashes.

My tip of the day – I am not afraid anymore…

Sometimes we need to look our demons in the eye and say I am not afraid anymore. Well, I am not saying we have actual scary looking beasts chained to us following us around everywhere we go, because wow that would be scary!
I am saying that we can tell those pesky demons like:

• Anxiety
• PTSD
• Depression
• Bipolar
• Flashbacks
• Stigma

Whatever you have following you round in your life, you can show you are no longer afraid by the actions you decide to take. Whether it is talking to that shop assistant about returning your item you are telling your anxiety “fuck you”, by you getting up, showering and getting dressed you are telling your depression “fuck you”, by sharing your story you are telling stigma “fuck you”. No matter how small your first step is it is a massive “fuck you” to that demon dragging you down.

So I hope the rest of your week is full of fuck yous!

Take care all

Vixxy rose
Xxx

14 thoughts on “I am not afraid anymore…

  1. Louise T Farrell (@LouiseTFarrell1) says:

    Once again another honest and insightful approach. I do enjoy reading your posts, as even with my years of experience dealing with the bad and good stuff in my mind, I learn from people like yourself who are ‘givers’ when it comes to sharing and letting others know they are not alone. The world is massive and I hope others who read your blog will feel distances fade. Keep up the honesty and always be true to you, no matter what x

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  2. Jeannette_PTSD says:

    I enjoyed reading your post. I love that you tell your audience to stand up for our mental head. You happen to name everything I have. Which was pretty cool. Do you struggle with all those mental illnesses too?

    Like

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