Trying Doesn’t Guarantee Overcoming

I try every day to make a dent in my life, but remain attached to my antipsychotic meds (which I need).

Progress happens, but it’s slow… and I’m slow… and my energy levels are in the dirt.

Anyway, the message of hope is… hang in there… even if your life sucks.

I get it. A lot of us do.

Just be kind to yourself.

It can and will get better.

Not perfect, but better.

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  1. The great thing about trying in this context, in my opinion anyway, is that eventually you might just overcome. It took me nearly forty years, but I finally got ‘there’, although I acknowledge that I’ll never be completely healed. But all that trying was educational for one thing, and the more you know, you know?

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    1. I’ve overcome certain things that relate to my illness, over the past 20 years. And, it is my understanding that when you get to be 55 and thereafter (I don’t know how old you are, but I’m on the way there), things settle down quite a lot! So yeah, all that trying can be nothing but good, as you move along in life. 🙂

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