“Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
They say that only time can heal a wounded heart/soul/person. I would argue that. I’m almost 42 and time has done no healing. I have worked on healing myself, but time had very little to do with it.
Another day, another anxiety attack. New medications, new therapist, new outlook – maybe.
I have always found this season difficult. I love the Christmas season – I love the decorations, the veil of cheer. But under that veil is stress, hurt, worry. People spend more than they should, consumed with ensuring everyone has everything they want (not need). It strains relationships, friendships, lives.
I used to be a 911 operator. I loved that job. This time of year was always hard on everyone. More family violence, more of everything. So sad.
Time has not truly changed of that. I have changed the way I see it, the way I react to it. That doesn’t mean it’s a good change, it’s just that – a change. I’m working on it.
I hope someday that scientist will find a cure for mental health issues without side effect causing medications. I suppose, only time will tell.
Enya – Only Time