A number of years have passed now, since I observed myself go through things that others would just dismiss and put down as bad dreams and not reality.
I doubt there are a lot of people that could survive or recover from being physically, mentally and financially abused by husband, friends and most of the public services that exists to protect human life and wellbeing, all in the space of two months, none stop.
(The above was physical reality).
How easy would it be to switch from a lifestyle with a wealthy husband who was ready to retire at the age of 37 and the situations above?
I was left badly shaken for a number of years from it. The shocking ways in which people can switch from one person to a total stranger that I was not able to recognise.
There are a lot more horrifying experiences than that, people experience everyday and not able to pull away from, just living in that experience without realising what they are doing.
I spent the last year opening up myself to others again and believe the rest is true for me.
New year new page.
Enough of familiar and shadows for me. Comfort zones serves the purpose of existing and not living.
(Happy children explore unfamiliarity in their innocence why should that change as we get older)?
I live to tell my past experiences that others who are familiar with me and my family, still question how I survived my traumas.
It was not without every single one of my sisters and parents, by my side. Those experiences helped to form the person I am now, and for that I have no regrets.
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