Hope for this city, state, country and world.
In a world full of negativity how does one stay so positive? It’s not easy at times, and having a diagnosis of Schizophrenia/Schizoaffective Disorder and being on permanent disability leaves me with a whole lot of free time to do whatever the I please.
I find my days interesting to say the least; mental health is good for this season of pandemic and political discussions, trying to find the good in all despite the many people who aren’t. It’s that simple for me.
I hate drama. My husband and daughter thrive on other peoples and I avoid it at all costs because I am an empath.
I do not know when I first had prodromal symptoms of Schizophrenia. Looking back I made a lot of decisions that were questionable.
But I have always been headstrong and demanding of myself to be in the best shape, physically, mentally and spiritually. I try not to preach with words but it is hard on here, so I must say that since starting out with strength training for a month, four days a week, I am very happy with the mental results and feel my body getting stronger every day, even on rest days like today.
I have learned to make the most of what I have, even if it isn’t much. And I see potential in every life upon the earth.
Am I strange to have such hope? I believe I am. I am not naive. I see the corruption. But I will vote and do my part.
Positivity surrounds me all day, music, people, dogs and cats, plants and all of nature that of which God created for us to enjoy not to abuse. So every time I water or take care of my pups, I feel blessed to be able to take care of them.
I want to have it all and won’t settle for less.
I am not my diagnosis. I am much much more. I can think clearly now that I am no longer psychotic and life is good because I choose to say that.
I make my imprint on this universe rather than allow it to make an imprint on me. I put out there all that I wish to come to pass. And today I decided I wanted to spread a message of hope. I hope I have succeeded. Hard days still come, but it is rare now rather than the rule.
hope this blog finds you all well
Peace, love and joy to all!