“pain can either paralyze us or push us, it’s up to us which we choose.” - @iamkeishachristian ⠀ ⠀ how @iamkeishachristian used her pain to push her to create a beautiful life will move you to tears, inspire you to conquer your demons and motivate you to crush goals! read more 👉🏻link in profile #threadtalk
The last 8 days have been tough for so many. It reminds us to put everything into perspective. If you know someone or know someone that knows someone dealing with the devastation or loss in #montecito, do what you can to help. If you can't help financially or with donations, pray pray pray. They, and everyone around the world that is suffering, need all the love and support they can get. And, please remember - Please remember what makes you beautiful! ❤ ❤ Much love, Grace.
What would you tell your 16 year old self if you had the chance? This is me when I was 16 (1986) in Klein, TX. I was already a high school dropout. I had already had a few #suicide attempts behind me. I had already known what it was to drink until I passed out & blacked out, many times. I was an #acoa before I knew there was such a thing & it's complexities of being an adult child of an alcoholic. I unfortunately also knew to well #abuse - emotional, mental, and physical. What would I tell her? That you have a sweetness that someday people won't take for granted or abuse. That you are so cool in your likes and appearance. That you are strong and you will get through this and everything life will throw at you. That you will experience beautiful things and have a great son that will be such a great human being and that you raised all by yourself. That from all your heartache and pain, you will love deeper, care more, and be more resilient. And lastly, I love you just the way you are and that that is what matters most! If you haven't thought of what you'd tell yourself, I hope that you do so now. ❤ Much love, Grace. You are strong! You can do this! Please remember what makes you beautiful! ❤ . . . If you are thinking or have thought about suicide, if you are worried about someone you know, or if you just need someone to talk to, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or chat with their counselors online. All services are free and available 24/7.