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Back Home and Feeling Stronger

Discussion in 'General' started by Marilyn_S, Mar 15, 2007.

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  1. Marilyn_S

    Marilyn_S Well-Known Member

    When I went into the hospital last wed. 8th I had crashed. I was afraid and confused. I am so glad to be home and able to experience life again. I know the road is long but I am feeling stronger.

    "Knowledge is a drug that without wisdom creates a fool!"

    I always took pride in the fact that I completed a degree in Psychology with Cum Laudi Honors, but I never really realized how very little of the knowledge I did not have internalized as a personal part of my being. Until very recent. I was recently given a dose of reality by someone who through time and sheer tenacity has become wise. I know the wisdon this person gave me will help me be strong and build character toward the progression on my healing journey. I thank that person and I'm glad to be a part of this forum as I know there are many rough days, weeks, months, years ahead. But I also know that I need not have self pity or feel shame, because I am part of a community of people who know and understand.
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  3. slhlilbit

    slhlilbit Active Member

    amen. im so glad you are back and feeling so good. hang in there. :eek:ccasion:
  4. Lisa

    Lisa Well-Known Member

    I second this, especially the community part. None of us are alone here.

    I'm glad you are back and feeling stronger since hospital, Marilyn :) It's good to see your presence.

    Take special care

  5. maus

    maus Active Member

    welcome home

    I am glad you're out of the hospital and hope all is "well".
    Nice quote, true wisdom from whom ever said that.
    I am a physician but that doesn't help me either in preventing what happened or in helping myself to heal. I can only rationally understand the underlying mechanism and the theories, which are of no use at all.
    It adds to the helplessness and also to my feelings of guilt. I saw it coming, I had to do something, I could have prevent it etc.
    having a degree is a burden in this case :)
    hope your feeling a little better looking forward to your poems
  6. Marlene

    Marlene I'm a VIP Premium Member

    Glad you're back and feeling stronger, Marilyn.

    I'm thirding you on our community here. A place where you're understood is such a gift in this world.
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