It has come to my attention that my blog has grown to become more popular with the recent release of Fifty Shades Darker and with that I am aware that I need to update everyone on my progress and also push forward with more content on this blog.
Here is a brief update on me which I can dive into more in further posts. The biggest update is that I am no longer crippled by (C)PTSD. For a while it certainly consumed me. These days I look back and almost wonder how I could ever be so sick. But PTSD is very real and it can happen to anyone. I am so thankful for my personal journey and that I am now where I am today in my recovery. It took a lot of work and I hope that I can share details with my readers so that they may benefit as well. Also, I want to thank my readers for their kind support and words of encouragement during some of the most difficult points in my recovery. I will forever appreciate it and dream that I can also be a source of support for others in need. And that is why I blog!
I have briefly read over some of my older posts and I am so grateful to say that I have come a long way since many of my older posts. Some are even shocking to me and I can’t wait to update you on more details of my recovery specific to past posts.
These days I have made my well being a priority in my life. It has been my best medicine. I am very physically active and when not moving around I focus my mind on other things that I love such as reading or creating. While in the thick of my (C)PTSD it was hard for me to do any of this! Once again, I am so thankful for where I am today and hope that others who struggle will also find light at the end of the tunnel like I have.
Now that I have given you a brief update, I am excited to announce that I promise to be more active in posting. It was healthy for me to take a small hiatus but I also believe that what I have to say needs to be said and needs to be read. If you have any questions or topics that you want to be addressed on my blog, please feel free to email me at email@example.com. I always welcome your feedback and suggestions.