I want to write about the holiday season.
At my Left of the Dial blog you can read about my experience with the United States Postal Service.
In here I want to talk about how the holidays are often hell-idays for a lot of us living with a diagnosis.
I lost my father in January 2016. I lost a beloved aunt in March of this year.
You are not alone if you are actually depressed at this time of year and not in a good mood during the festivities.
What can help us feel better when we’ve lost our loved ones or otherwise don’t feel like celebrating?
A modest amount of retail therapy could help. Doing a bout of spring cleaning now might seem counter-intuitive yet it might help too. Helping others by volunteering at a soup kitchen could help you.
My friend who is a soul mate to me I really think he is told me:
“Just be a good person and do good.”
That was his advice for helping yourself overcome having a hard time.
Just be a good person and do good is what I urge my loyal blog readers to adopt as a life ethic.
When all else fails, strive to get at least 7 hours of sleep straight through every night as often as you can.
I will end this blog entry by thanking you for reading this blog.
I’ve reached 5,000 visitors so far which is a great thing.
Gracias. Merci. Grazie.
A million thanks.