Breaking Point

The stress, hurt, and fear piles on creating a jagged mountain of distress. Then, all it takes is a feather landing on top or a whisper of breath for it all to come tumbling down.   The taste of blood in the back of my throat, a raging migraine, and my heart beating out of my chest – the consequences of holding it all in for so long.  Afterward, there is clarity and motivation to carry on.
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Author: Undeniably Sara

Hi, I'm Undeniably Sara. I'm learning how to live well with chronic illnesses by focusing on self-healing with the goal of lifelong health.

12 thoughts on “Breaking Point”

  1. Ground your spirit and your body in some gentle yoga. I use Yoga Studio app and made my own class keeping me on the floor. Be loving and compassionate towards your body – it has a long journey back to health as your emotions have been dysregulated and your brain and body need to return to baseline. EMDR Therapy is said to be excellent as well. 🙏

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