Sheila, I am not quite sure how that horrible comment was made on your last post. I would just like to thank you for sharing that personal entry. I too come from a family with depression. Many in my family also rely on medicine to stay afloat or stable. I have always considered myself a happy person, but was have always filled my days with insane amounts of obligations to give myself a sense of worth and accomplishment. Since making the decision to be a stay-at-home momma, it has been a constant climb to keep myself from slipping into the depths of darkness. I too get so lonely. I am surrounded by wonderful people, but miles from my family and those who truly care about me. The things I can control are my home, my kids, etc., which sometimes makes me crazy trying to keep those things in order. I do know that Heavenly Father is very mindful of me (us) and at times I pray many, many times throughout the day because I feel that there is nowhere else to turn. Again, thank you for sharing. Best of luck and you know where to find me if you ever need someone to talk to/vent to. You have a beautiful family!
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