Help me, please!
A couple of years ago I had an awakening of sorts, when I realized who I really was, what I believe, what’s most important to me, and where I’m going in life. It opened up my mind and my heart more than I ever imagined possible, and I finally understood that life is short, and it is beautiful. I was ready to take on whatever I came across, the good and the bad; it taught me that the purpose of life is to work through these inevitable challenges that mean you’re alive, and to help and love others as much as possible.
I began to take better care of my health, excel in school, got a great job, and really discovered who I felt were my true family and friends. Most of all, I found a fatih that set me free, along with a peace that I believe could not be touched by anything going on around me. Since then, I have been living wholly and fully to the best of my ability in each moment.
You would think that after this, I would have no problems I could not get through, and this has been true, for the most part. However, lately I have been a strange feeling that I do not like nor understand, and it’s making me feel like I’m going crazy. I have tried explaining it to people who just tell me it’s a phase and if I just stay busy it will pass. But I know it’s not normal, and nobody (including me) can understand what’s happening.
The reason I explained the background is because the usual solutions to issues like this (stay busy, let it go, talk to someone, pray, etc.) will be of no help to me. I have no idea what could have triggered this feeling; could it just be that I feel lonely or something greater? If you have any ideas as to what I should do, please let me know, as this is a last resort to retain my sanity.
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