2 thoughts on “A New Forgiveness Tactic That Seems to be Working

  • February 1, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    Hey Shannon,
    I’ve read a few of your posts and I must say; I am moved. Specially since I am a person on the road to recovery of an eating disorder; (on day 3 to be precise on how “Fresh out of the oven” I am exactly) your blog was a mishap.. It was forwarded to my junk mail, and I was reading another email in my junk mail which wasn’t junk and I accidentally clicked your email as “Not Junk” which I happened to hunt down cautiously as perhaps a spam.
    I clicked your blog post; something compelled me to read instead of bluntly marking it as spam again; and I must say, I am hooked!
    Keep writing my lady!

    Although, I wonder.. Do you get disheartened when you don’t get a response to all the posts that you’ve shared with such tedious effort?
    If yes, please don’t be discouraged. And if, No.. then keep the good race.

    Cheers and well wishes.

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    • February 1, 2018 at 7:52 pm

      Thank you for such kind words, Arya! It makes me so happy to know the posts are resonating with you….which is precisely what makes the posts worth continuing to write. I have to write – it is my therapy – and it is also a gift to write because it keeps me connected to others who are recovering and evolving and striving so bravely. When a reader takes the time to share a bit of their journey with me, well, :-)!

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