The spring is the perfect time to start over.
Outside of the closet sometimes you have to cull your beliefs or your relationships as well as your clothes.
It’s not easy to let go of a friend or lover yet at times you must to reclaim your sanity.
It’s possible this person’s trash talk towards you has depleted you of energy.
I call such people “energy vampires” because they steal any good feeling you have about yourself.
Each of us deserves better. We deserve to be treated with kindness and empathy.
You can feel like you’re all alone after a breakup. Yet remember: their negativity is no longer seeping into you.
It comes down to what you’re comfortable with.
It might surprise readers yet a couple of years ago I decided to fade away from a person who made an objectionable racist comment out loud when we were in public together.
I felt it wasn’t right what they said. I won’t repeat the comment and this is because I don’t want to set off readers.
We need to lift each other up not bring each other down.
Our friends shouldn’t verbally attack us. They shouldn’t attack other people.
As hard as it can be to let go I’ll end here with this:
You can meet a new friend or lover in due season.
I’ll be 53 in April–I’ve been around this block for too long. The older I’ve gotten the less inclined I am to mollycoddle haters.
In coming blog entries I’ll talk about”The Change”–the M Word–menopause.
Living through “The Change” can be challenging yet it can bring on renewed happiness and a sense of new purpose.
I want to talk about “The Change” because no one else is doing this for mental health peers.