Hi everyone...how's everyone doing? It's an extremely rainy day here in WA. I am getting ready for bed even though it's only 8 pm. Hope that's enough space...not sure this will be a trigger...but better safe than sorry...
I have been "good" for a month...today i am not so good...i want to cut today. I have a goal to make it until July 17 without any SH...this day was set for me by my friend B. I "eliminated" my goal date a couple weeks ago when i was doing really well and didn't think i "needed" it...Friday i reinstated it loosely...unofficially...today i put it firmly back in place. i will make it there...and i will probably be ok after a couple of good nights of sleep...but tonight i'm just not sure. i am sad...i am tired...i am learning the names for my emotions...i am lonely...i am overwhelmed...and all of those things are ok...because they ARE...they don't have to own me or define me...i have choices in my actions regardless of my emotions...and on that note...i'm going to bed.
Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia. - Charles Schultz
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