For all of those people that are reading this, I would just like to say that I am a big believer in the Universe/God. Reading the book called The Secret made me extra hopeful. I am very grateful to have discovered the book and this is how my story goes:
I meet him during high school and we had a kid together. We were not in the best relationship. I had grown up with trauma that I did not heal and it started to show up in my life and in all areas of my life. It got to the point where it was super toxic and one time the police were even involved. I cared about him too much and I lost myself in the process. I was dependent on him and that made me forget who I was.
During my darkest days, I only had myself, a book and pen to lean on. As each day would go by I kept praying and being hopeful that one day it was going to get better, even if I cried all night. The result of that was that soon after, I started to have some trust. I bought my first car not knowing how I was going to be able to do it but I trusted the Universe and I had made it a goal.
Then I got my first job and started to make money on my own. I met the best coworkers in the world and even up until this day I still keep in contact with them, even when I wrote it as a goal on my whiteboard to make new friends. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I also started working out and feeling more confident each and every day. It’s been 2 years since I started and I haven’t stopped working out. It is now a healthy habit. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
What I am saying is that even through your darkest times there is always some light, even if you can’t see it. You just have to trust in the unknown. Forgiveness is what I learned from this lesson in my life. And still, to this day, I have a super comfortable and happy co-parenting relationship with my ex because I had forgiven him for what he had done to me. I could not hate him as he is also human, just like me. And also we still had a child together. It took a lot to forgive him but I am very grateful to have experienced this. To have taken this step was very scary yet it was the most rewarding and I would not change it one little bit for anything. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
As always, life happens for a reason. So you must have trust and faith that things will get better eventually. I am thankful for my favorite saying when times get rough, “And this too shall pass.”
Thank you, thank you, thank you. Stay happy!
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