I am now feeling much better! So that is good news, and even better was that I got better just in time for The Philly Comic-Con this past weekend on my birthday!
Since I have come back I have been doing more reading into the research done in the field I will be studying. AKA becoming a therapist specializing in Trauma and PTSD as well as other mental disorders. I am in love with the Idea of helping others and joining them on their path to recovery. I truly see now (in some detail) how the upbringing of humans is super intertwined in making socially functioning adults. It is interesting how our mental heath affects our actual physical health to the point of very dangerous illnesses. Mental health is still underrated and even with the info coming out about it more and more it still is easily looked over by official authoritative figures. I am talking just the regular ones, like doctors and teachers and police etc, who are in contact with people everyday that need sometimes more time and understanding rather than an overlooked diagnosis or non-physical issue. I appreciate those who take the time to listen and see everything there is to experience, and it is rough due to the massive influx of stimuli from the world on a daily basis. The constant reminder of your own humanity may help level out that aggressive annoyance toward the world that draws people to ignore and only see in black and white without the grey.
My thought of the day here is that I firmly believe we could all do better for one another. How looking at something from a different angle wether its an issue or not would solve many a problem in the world you keep. Everyone is a part of the big picture, but to make it beautiful each individual must focus on making every mark they leave as good as possible rather than just skim by with dotty and aggressive strokes. So slow down, breathe, and allow yourself to experience. This would help those in need who are crying out to get the help they need, as well as allow yourself to receive the help you may need that you never really realized because you were desensitized to your own feelings as well because of how the world treated you.
Keep in mind the health you deserve and your humanity. Things in this world are not easy for anyone so we may as well work as a unit rather than a free for all. If you don’t you will just develop a struggling smudge in the big picture of the world.
Until next time,