Ask “Who Am I”? and then be the reason you succeed .
Some of the signals a friend may pick up on are that you are experiencing a tiredness you may not remember ever before having. A crankiness that may send even them packing. And leaves you so glum. Misunderstanding over the simplest things. And maybe even tears that accompany the fears. Particularly if the person is a female as the obvious hormone cycles may have not started yet or may have ceased. Just not the chemical releases influencing the mindset, the merri-go-around and the rollar coaster ride all at the same time. !!!
The lists are longer and each person has a different variable to dealing with given factors within their life, circumstances, dreams, aspirations and ethos.
Keep on with that smile for a long while
Suffice to say that these “who am I” things do take time.
They just take a longer time if you do not recognise a lifeline when it is thrown to you. Which, considering where you could be on the road to your healing makes incredible sense. It makes sense yet this is not a reason for standing still. That would be an excuse while you are are looking for your “who am I” I know because I lost my memories of the first thirty-one years of my life. Now nearly twenty-five years have gone by. Slowly I have found “who am I” That is one heck of a roller coaster ride too. And then one day I looked in the mirror not recognising who that person was looking at me. I was then fifty-four years of age. Who am I…. well I certainly was not that thirty-one year old.
Meanwhile, the person may well be dealing with the overwhelm can feel like you are going backwards down a ‘slippery slidy slope.’
A bad attitude can literally block love, blessings and destiny from finding you.