Does anyone wake up early wondering where life went wrong?
I know you had a bad life and it isn’t fair, but you must know that you are not a mistake a bad person or anything else your abuser tell you. They are the ones with problems and they are afflicting them on you. You also need to know and most importantly that God loves you very much and if you did kill yourself ,I and a lot of us would miss you too. God made you ,you are very important to him .find and work different ways to be strong away from your abusers and look for someone who puts you first
This is Memorial Day weekend. Let's remember all the men and women that satisfied their lives that died for this country. They died for all of us to have freedom, to enjoy our day-to-day lives. Ever who reads this and who has or is serving our Country, I want to THANK YOU FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY AND KEEPING US SAFE. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU.
It becomes a handicap if you don't adapt, and face pseudo retirement with gratitude and grace.Alcohol usually makes my attitude start to go downhill, and lot did "go wrong". The bright side is easier to see some days, but more importantly I want to just appreciate the peace and quiet.I have felt just like that guy.
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member,
For a very long time I did. After they did a right temporal lobe labectomy and totally eliminated all 30-40 partial complex seizures a day I think I have a better understanding on life in general.
I understand for the most part how gifted and blessed I am. Even after they diagnosed me with Lupus SLE, Psoratic Arthritis, Chronic Psin Syndrome, and list goes on. I see myself so much better than with all of the Epilepsy.
There are a couple of sayings I use.
1. What doesn't kill us makes us stronger.
2. Everything happens for a reason.
There is still Epilepsy on my left side but well controlled with meds and lifestyle. I have chronic pain but it is my belief the Epilepsy made me a stronger, wiser person.
Life is a gift and what is here today may be gone tomorrow. I try to live like there is no tomorrow. Vince Gill sings a song Live Like You were Dying.
Of course I hit my rough patches and fall down but I can get back up because of my life experiences. Wendy
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member,
This may sound off the wall but if I could go back and change my life my health wouldn't be something I would change.
Personally life was really rough but even do I have a really good understanding on life. Don't take you're health or life for granted. Stop and take in a sunset, and don't judge anyone else until you walk a mile in their shoes.
I also think the Epilepsy made me a lot stronger of a person. I also tend to look at what is right in oppose to what is wrong. Have s good one. Wendy