Some days are harder than others. Let’s face it… some days are a LOT harder than others. Have you ever experienced feeling completely alone when you have been around people all day? Have you experienced crippling anxiety or depression that keeps you secluded in your home or in constant emotional turmoil? Have you lost a loved one or friend, and as a result have a huge hole in your heart that has left you broken and emotionally raw? Have you experienced a trauma in your life that leaves you in fear of what each day will bring? Do you feel like no one can possibly understand what you are going through? Have you ever had the thought that you would rather not be here because the pain is just too great? We are here to tell you that you are not alone.
We want you to know that you matter. You are important. We care about you. The pain and emotions you are experiencing matter. You are worthy of feeling better.
Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.
You may be asking the question…. why would you think I matter? You don’t know me. You may not even know I exist, so why would you say that you care about me? Well, that is easy. Because we do! We have a passion to understand, listen to, and help those who are hurting. We have deep empathy for those who have, and are currently, in the middle of emotional distress. We hear you! We understand! We care!
Come on this journey with us to gain an understanding of yourself as we try to figure out life together. Together we can defeat the darkness!
That is what beautifully awakened means…. to endure such darkness and have a beautiful story of healing that awakens such a powerful strength in us to keep going. As a result, we can understand each other and love each other through the messiness of life. Let’s be beautifully awakened together!
If you feel like you need immediate help and are having suicidal thoughts please contact a close family member and friend and tell them you are having those feelings. Also, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Visit their website at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/