Think about something that occurred in your life that at the time felt immensely difficult.

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There was a great question posed in the book Stronger Than BPD. The book read, “Think about something that occurred in your life that at the time felt immensely difficult and perhaps even insurmountable. Recall how your inner strength and resiliency allowed you to ride out the storms. Celebrate that the situation, no matter how difficult or upsetting had some Silver Lining that created meaning.”

I survived something tragic, but I’ve taken what I’ve learned about Mental health issues and I’m now helping others through Blogging, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook Support Groups and also being a Listener on 7 cups. All in order to let people know they are not alone. I’m glade all this positive stuff came out of a horrible situation.

Published by Jeannette_PTSD

Hi, My name is Jeannette I'm 32. I'm diagnosed with Depression, Anxiety, Adhd, Panic Attacks, Bipolar2, PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder. Im here to help others understand what life like now with these disorders they have.

13 thoughts on “Think about something that occurred in your life that at the time felt immensely difficult.

  1. Hoping our brains forget what our eyes have seen needs to be more than wishful thinking. Speaking, writing, and sharing our experiences helps us to heal and helps others understand asking for help is not weakness, it’s leadership!!!!

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  2. Jeanette through all this good work I pray you start to heal as well. Healing through helping others can be an unexpected blessing after a traumatic experience has happened and left you picking up the pieces. ❀

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