Quote Challenge- Day 3

Today is the final day of the Quote Challenge for me.

Thank you to Angela over at Fuck MS  for nominating me.

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Once more this quote is one I found when I was battling my depression.

I have always put the happiness of others first. I believe it was because I never felt that I really was suppose to be happy. A lot of different things that had happened and a really bad tape that played over and over and over again in my head.

Now though, I know that I have every right to be happy. To enjoy the things that I love to do. I will no longer bow down to what others think I need to do to make sure that they are happy. That is not how it works in my world any more.

Each day I make a choice to be happy. To do what I love to do. Write. Be with my friends. Hang out with T and laugh. There is a lot of laughter in my life and no misery.

We all have a right to being happy in our lives.

 

Quote Challenge-Day 2

I would like to thank Angela over at Fuck MS  for nominating me for the 3 day Quote Challenge. A fellow Canadian living in Toronto, Ontario the province to the east of me. Birthplace of my wonderful mom.

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Again this quote was one that I found while I was fighting my depression.

For so long I always believed that my worth was tied into how well I did my job, how good of a friend I was or how well I solved everyone else’s problems.

In doing so I lost sight of myself. The joyful me. The playful me. The writer me.

With each step forward I leave behind the need to prove myself to anyone but me. I am good enough. When I look in the mirror, I am pleased with who I see looking back at me.

Quote Challenge-Day 1

Thank you to angelagagz  over at Fuck MS for nominating me for the 3 day Quote Challenge. A fellow Canadian (living right next door in the province east of me) she is strong and changing the path of her life. You really should take the time to pop over and check out her blog.

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I found this back in January while I was in the depths of my bout of depression. It spoke to me because even though I could not see the forest for the trees, I knew that I would not be there forever. And it is still true today.

When things get difficult I need to remember that I am not stuck there. That as long as I continue moving forward my destination will change.