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Oftentimes, we want to judge ourselves for not being healthier, more stable, more successful, or more _______ than we are right now. Stop for a moment and acknowledge where you are right now. Because where you are, right now, is perfect.
You are exactly where you are meant to be in your journey called life. We don't give ourselves enough credit for the progress we make in a year, a month, much less a day. We're so busy telling ourselves everything we didn't accomplish, we forget to praise ourselves for everything that we achieved in the hours we were beating ourselves up.
We all start somewhere. Where do you want to start your 40 Day Journey with us? We recommend that you begin it in a space of gratitude toward yourself. The way we see it, you need to be your own best friend; your biggest hero, your gentlest confidant and most enthusiastic supporter.
Mental Illness is a hard battle. Whether you are battling the illness personally, or are supporting someone who has a mood or personality disorder, we all must begin by donning the armor of love and acceptance of where we are, right here, right now. We all have to begin somewhere.
Need inspiration for your journey? Here’s a video that features "40 Days to Wellness" creator, Kelley Thorpe Baker. She and countless others have learned to accept their diagnoses in faith, and that prepares them for each step ahead.
We encourage you to watch this video, and consider where you are in your journey of acceptance. Remember, you are a Child of God, and mental illness does not define you. You are defined by His Love and His Grace.
Are you ready for a life-changing 40 Days? We can't wait to experience them with you!
Subscribe to my podcast to stay in touch and learn a little about mental health and wellness! Enjoy our first episode: "40 Days to Wellness | Introduction" for additional information on what you can expect over these next 40 days.
Check out this great video, featuring many stories about people who have been impacted by a mental health diagnosis. I am honored to have been a part of this.