So I let my shame own me, kill me, wilt me away into a thousand dead flakes, knowing if I kept it all in, she would never have to learn the dirtiness that was forever inside me–the bad, the ugly, the twisted. She could go on living her life happy, just like she deserved.
If you can sit with your pain, listen to your pain and respect your pain – in time you will move through your pain.
Death never pierces the heart so much as when it takes someone we love; cleaving the heart they held with their passing.
Crying is like a thundershower for the soul. The air feels so wonderful after the rain. Don’t think too much. Breathe. Don’t be harsh or demanding on yourself. Just experience your feelings and know that your tears are announcing change in your life. Change is coming; like a summer rain – to wash away your pain. Have faith that things are getting better.
…the secret to writing is to get your own pain – shout it out till it hurts your throat – weep it into your pillow – then write it down …
Tell me, who have never be knocked down by life’s circumstances?
It takes grace and enough strength, to get up and begin again
When you sit alone and think out your thoughts … then that is your loudest cry!
I lose it when I can’t write. I feel sad and confused and fucked off.
What has been done to you is one thing. Yet to really suffer, to truly be burdened with guilt and shame, such pain always begins not with what has been done to you-but with what you have done. André Chevalier
Are you a kind of person who likes to keep all your emotions hidden from the people around you! Do you prefer restraining your feelings a little too much! In that case, you must know that too much emotional suppression can have catastrophic impact over your body.