Relationships can be very hard.
Whether its a romantic one, platonic, a relationship with a relative or close friend, there needs to be a giving nature on both sides in order to promote a strong and lasting bond.
The year of 2017 has been filled with good times and sorrowful ones. As I took another trip around the sun adventures were surely included, and I anticipate more around the corner as we make our way into the year 2018. Continue reading
Life has a funny way of knocking you down with no explanation. Life also has a way of giving you the best gift you ever could imagine. Like when a child holds your hand, the perfect song that comes on the radio, an old friend getting in touch, or simply having amazing people that surround you in your life when any situation comes up.
My life has been a series of ups and downs for a few years now, and I mostly try to focus on the positive but there are many days that I struggle with severe depression and anxiety. It’s these times that are the hardest for me to stay in touch with reality and keep focus on the goals and the responsibilities that I have.
First of all there is something that I have to tell you:
Yesterday was a truly awful day.
I had a very early doctor appointment after I struggled all of the night to sleep, and then in the afternoon I was faced with adversity and opinions that felt as if it would break me entirely.
If my heart could control the weather there would have been a great deal of rain to match the tears that fell down my face.
When November/December arrives to the northern Alberta regions, there is a great abundance of snow that is included in this “Winter Package” of sorts. It also includes the freezing temperatures that I like to call “next year I’m moving to a tropical location”, “I can’t feel my face, is it blue?” And of course, “Did I just see a yeti in a parka?”