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A Year Later, Kinda Sorta

I’ve found myself in significant reflection this week about various topics—one of them being myself.  I think during times like this, we can all feel overwhelmed to the point that we are painfully down on ourselves. We’re allowed to have those moments, but we cannot stay there.  It’s essential to climb out of that hole. Even if we’re clawing our way out, and it becomes the fight of our of life.  No more than ever, we have to remember that self-reflection is a good thing and that self-care is vital.  Take care of yourself, and the rest will fall into place.  I hope you enjoy this piece I wrote as a reflection of a previous article.  It is also linked within this link if you want to read it first.  If you do, you will see the shift in my mindset over this past year.  I hope you enjoy and stay safe out there, folks.

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Posted by Michelle Patterson

Michelle Patterson prides herself on her random pop culture knowledge. She finds great joy in all things horror related and tries to enjoy movies on a weekly basis. If she's not at the theater, she can be found at a convention or a concert. She is passionate about helping people around her that taking care of their mental health is as important as their physical health as well as today's current political climate. To connect with her more, check out her Instagram, her Twitter, her Facebook page, or her website.

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  1. Thanks for sharing that Michelle.
    Yes, this has been a tough year for many… and for many more there may be tougher times ahead. I try to listen to positive talkers and content every day to keep the mind strong and find it helps a lot. Replace the negative noise with the positive and eventually the weight at the negative end of the see-saw also begins to lift.

    • It’s the only way to get through really. I’ve found myself seeking out the good as much as I’ve been seeking out the news because lately, it feels like there is nothing good in the news, but we have to do that. We have to find a balance and a way to truly control the negative noise as you put it. And when it starts creeping in again we have to fight even harder to make sure it doesn’t stay. It’s an ongoing battle but one that is worth it. Thank you for taking the time to comment! It means a lot.

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