This is just a quick update.
Part Two of Fear of Flowers, tentatively titled “Mucking about with Mother Earth…” is on its way but won’t be finished until later this evening.
I just wanted to keep you in the loop. Thanks for your comments and the stimulating conversation. We are an amazing community. Helping each other, caring for each other. And we’re just barely one month old, here at Psych Central.
Don’t forget to have a look at all the other blogs here. There are an embarrassment of riches. Something for everyone.
Right now, I’m experiencing inordinate stress, but I’m still with you. I wanted you to know that. You’re on my mind all the time.
It’s just that I’m juggling too many things on a rather small plate that somehow keeps on shrinking. Why is that? My support system is small but loyal and strong. Your emotional support, which we are all providing for each other here and which makes “Coming Out Crazy” so special, is in abundance. It’s life-saving and life changing for me.
That’s all that matters.
Keep reading. Keep contributing. Keep writing and conversing and have patience with me. Like a little flower that’s just trying to survive the elements of life.
We’re in this together and everything that I’m experiencing now becomes fodder for future posts that might help you some time. This is life. It’s not all straight and simple. Everyone, even the strongest of us, must face challenges and difficulties. The key is communicating about them. Talking about them. Voicing your feelings helps to unburden you, but at the same time, it does not burden others. That’s the magic. So many people feel honoured to listen. Though not all.
Disclosure is a subject I haven’t even touched on yet, but I will.
At the same time, you would be amazed at a how broad human shoulders can be. How strong.
So. I beg your indulgence. Part Two is in the works, but it takes time and that time I’ve reserved for later today. This evening.
In the meantime, the sun is beginning to shine here. All that rain was nourishing to the grass and flowers and gardens, even if we were drenched in the process.
Have a sensational day and know that we’re in this together. We’re a healing community because we care about each other. Everyone is welcome. The more voices, the better. I will do my best to respond to you individually. That is my private mandate.
If I do not, I will write group notes. Don’t be afraid to disagree and be critical.
I am no expert. I am just a fellow traveler and all I want to do is share bits of my journey with you, hoping it will resonate with you. Touch you. Move you to reflect.
Hugs and have a great day. Until later.
Truly. Madly. Deeply.