I'm sorry you're feeling so triggered. Wish I could wave my magic ... **glances around her chair** ... kitty nail clippers ... and make it all better. I hope you tended to your owies, if you ended up giving in.
**sends you gentle hugs and prayers and peace and quiet and three adult kitties and nine kittens and warm cuddlies and stuffed aminals and guilt free comfort food and soft pillows and snuggly blankets and color books and crayons and markers and colored pencils and music and relaxation and mostly <3 <3 <3 <3 LOVE <3 <3 <3 <3**
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Of course, so does falling down a flight of stairs.
TRIGGER - you shared and I thought I would too...(thank you for sharing)
I did the same, just last night...at the time it felt like a good idea, my breathing got deep, my heart rate went down...and then I watched as the color flowed...damn. temporary. now reminded by the dull pain as it heals...we heal? You aren't alone and we just need to try and stay strong for ourselves and each other...
easier said...just know that "you is kind, you is smart, you is important."
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