When inspiration comes I say thanks and create.. that's what happened this evening 💚🙏💜 #yinyang
Here’s an example of the many conversations I have had with several women who are going through difficult times in their relationships.
They have been referred to me by friends. Friends that are aware of my own ongoing battle to do with heartbreak.
No, I’m not a psychologist. Or a trained professional. I’m just an ordinary woman that understands.... Who better to advice, console, or be a friend to these women then someone who has dealt with similar pain?
Helping women who are going through what I have already conquered, humbles me. Seeing a woman stronger, or having a positive impact on someone because of something I’ve said, makes me appreciate life more. I have made it my life’s purpose to help others as much as possible.
Whether it be through my words, or physical abilities. I’m not afraid of exposing my vulnerabilities either. It is my weakest moments in life, that gave me most courage.
With that being said, I want to thank the people who made me see life in a broader perspective and beyond myself. My two exes. My ex-husband, and the man I fell in love with.
These two men taught me a lot about life.
I was a childish, immature, selfish person, before I met my ex-husband. I was young and naïve. And even though he grew aggressive, and abusive later on in the years of our marriage, he taught me much of what I know today. He showed me love, he loved me a lot in fact. He taught me the meaning of forgiveness, and the art of giving without receiving. Even after our divorce, he was teaching me. He taught me how to rely on only myself because he could care less. Thank you.
About the man I loved. He loved me too. Until he loved me no more because to him, grass always seemed greener on the other side. And that’s exactly where he traveled. To the other side. Then he traveled back to me too. Twice in fact. He taught me the lesson of how not to be so gullible because a man who truly loves you, will move mountains to be with you. Not hide behind them. He was good at hiding. So good, that I never found him to this day. However, in searching for him, I did find one thing. I found me. And in me, I found the courage and strength to get over him.