Acceptance…

Acceptance…

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…is an important thing when it comes to handling the rough parts of life. Acceptance also is one of my biggest challenges. I rarely take life as it is.

During the last days I wanted to finish decluttering my clothes. As shown above, there were lots of clothes that I had to admit I will never wear again. Because a) they don’t fit anymore, or b) I won’t have an opportunity to wear them anymore. The clothes still were in good shape, so I donated them.

I had hoped for relief. Instead, I felt sadness, despair and hopelessness. I was sad, because I never will dress up in the morning and go into work. I felt despair, because I am so limited due to my physical and mental problems. I felt hopeless, because I can’t plan ahead at the moment and have to take each day as it comes.

I will have to deal with these issues in the next weeks, and hopefully finally find peace. But the most important thing: Everyday life still runs smoothly. I walk the dogs, do chores and go to my therapy sessions. This gives me a feeling of accomplishment.

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10 thoughts on “Acceptance…

  1. Living in the moment? Maybe that is what you need. You broke the routine, so now you can find something else to do. I don’t know. I am just trying to help with suggestions. 😦 Do make a few pauses in the day to meditate, maybe even train something like boxing, knitting, cooking, playing music….

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  2. I think life gets better every day, Viola. Granny has been there too and sometimes she still is, but being just here in the moment and taking life day by day as it is, makes it so much easier on her. Now is the only moment we have, enjoy it ❤ Pawkisses for a wonderful day🐾😽💞

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