It’s Tradition!

Trigger Warning: Triggers are different for everyone. You never know when they are going to show up. I am sharing in hopes of helping others.
Everyone has his or her own journey. We each have our own triggers and interpretations of life. My intent is to add in the healing process not cause anxiety or pain. Our experience may be similar but they are each unique. Even though many people could have been at the same event each person experiences and remembers those events through our own eyes and will recall the event differently. My blogs will be from my perspective of my life. I am a daughter, sister, wife, mother and friend. I am not a Doctor, Counselor or Therapist. I believe it is important to work with Doctors, Counselors and Therapist along with Essential Oils, Energy Healing and spirituality to find health, healing and balance.


It’s Tradition to be left outDepression2

It’s Tradition to scream and shout

It’s Tradition that it is your fault

It’s Tradition to rub the wounds with salt

It’s Tradition to long for loved ones lost

It’s Tradition to love at all cost

It’s Tradition to be in pain

It’s Tradition to go insane

It’s Tradition to sit and cry

It’s Tradition to wonder why

It’s Tradition to miss the past

How long with the Traditions last?


I am on the roller coaster of emotions. There is joy and pain around each and every holiday. Yesterday was a bad day as I was told the reason some of my family aren’t spending time with me it because it is Tradition to spend Christmas Eve and Christmas with my sisters. I got it loud and clear. It’s Tradition!!!!

Holidays can trigger anxiety and/or depression on several different levels. Boy am I being triggered this year.

Happy Holidays? NOT More Like Traditions and Triggers!

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