3 thoughts on “You are Exactly Where You Need to Be

  • September 20, 2011 at 8:03 pm

    I am where I need to be.

    I am where I am.

    I am who I am.

    I am.

  • September 20, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    Thank you, for this post.

    I have been having an incredibly difficult time for the last 2 years. Not just mild depression, but rather debilitating – even though the rest of the world sees me as functioning. Lately I have noticed my fears growing stronger, seeming to feed from what little energy I have left. I have been wondering why my past is now coming to the surface. I had, for many years, successfully left it behind – or so I had convinced myself that I had. Now my fear of “not enough” is stronger than ever. My fear that after such a long haul that I am helpless and that my depression is winning this time is also stronger. Hearing my brain begin to rationalize leaving my daughters a detailed letter explaining why I couldn’t stay on this earth any longer is more than frightening – considering they are what I have always held onto to stay alive. I have always believed that if you can’t find the strength to live for yourself then live for the sake of others. I have been looking for the answers to how to deal with my fear and just didn’t know how to do it.
    So, thank you for this, it helps me tremendously.

  • September 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    During a very intense period in my life while dealing with a flood of event,s,i became exhausted.I too stood paralyzed by a over whelming fear.I believed i had no way out,and wished i could be anywhere other than where i was.I learned by stepping out of the literal fear of dying i gained a irrevocable liberty to live,and i then clearly understood.I was Exactly where i needed to be,the pseudonym for that state of being is THE ODIUM OMBUDSMAN.


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