Finally, I am getting my head after years in the sand of denial.
I am realizing that even though I thought differently, it is better to do what was ordered to me.
Even after nearly three and a half years of people telling me to get back on track, I wouldn’t listen to what I was being told.
One day, it sunk in like flicking the light switch.
What happens if I cannot regulate myself?
Will mobile crisis or law enforcement/first responders be involved and would I break my near 23 year streak of being out a psychiatric unit?
Would I just throw away my independence? My own home? My job? Was playing around with doing something so simple worth it?
Sometimes you need to hear it a certain way for you to get it!
Getting back on track can’t always be perfect, but I only missed once, bringing 94% accuracy to the table.
I feel so much better than I have for a long time. I have been there.
When I get off the track is when the trouble begins.
I’ve busted all the myths that doing things this way is MUCH better than the practice that I was doing.
Still on the journey of self-discovery, at peace and still learning how this new lease on life works and it is so much better this way.
Here’s to better times and to keeping on that track!