I know that when the holidays come around it can be hard for some. For some it can be really rough and I'm pray for everyone.I pray that everyone holidays are good and you stay safe.Things are just a little shaky right now but I'm trying to keep in mind the advice I was given here.Keep my faith in god and try to keep moving forward.Try to stay sane the best I can.Had a conversation with my sister and it just has me thinking a lot tonight,more then usually I guess.
Those out there battling mental demons and unprepared situation keep in mind to reach out for help.I don't think there's such things as too much help or advice good that is.That's why I have things lined up just in case something comes up to be safe.
Keeping everyone in my thoughts and prayers.While I'm praying for you would you pray for me?Cause I'm not prefect!!!
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