Hey Guys and Gals! I am very excited to be back speaking with you. My life has been nothing short of amazing for me since I got things together and started pursuing my dreams.
You see, life truly is a beautiful thing. We are convinced otherwise at times, but I am here to assure you that no matter what afflictions you face, or hurdles that stand in your path, you can and will overcome them.
Each of us have a unique path, one that is our very own. We course through life experiencing every second, every minute, independently. You are truly unique. As I am, yet the lessons we learn and the solutions we find are always the same. Those universal truths are what we all seek. Our paths differ, yet our destination is the same.
Having experienced tremendous hardship and distress most of my adolescence, I am no stranger to the difficulties in life. As I stated earlier, life can be difficult, as I am sure you are aware.
I was blessed to have a wonderful family. I lived next door to my grandparents on waterfront property no less. Every Sunday I ate dinner with them all. I can still remember sitting there with Nan and Pop, Aunt Marie and Uncle Vinny, Michael and Vincent, and of course my own family: Mom and Dad, Jenny, Pauly, and Elisabeth.
Have you ever experienced loss so great that is broke you into a thousand pieces?
From the age of sixteen on I watched helplessly as my family was ripped apart by sickness and disease. It tore me apart. What followed was grief, depression, anxiety and eventually addiction. I was adrift. I did not possess the knowledge or the wisdom to put the pieces back together again.
I floundered for quite some time. Young and confused, grief stricken and broken. Until the worst thing that could have ever happened took what little I had left. My beautiful younger sister was found murdered.
That was the end of the old me. I was an empty shell. I bounced around, steady declining in a downward spiral. All that came before was gone; eradicated by the despair I felt.
I became homeless. I was an addict. I became a convict.
Why am I telling you all of this? Because it is the story I have to tell. I am one of the rare few who return from the brink. So many lost souls never turn. Finding your way back is not easy but it is possible.
The lessons I have learned over the course of my life are priceless. I write to share those lessons in hope that I can spare you what I have endured.
That is why I have decided to start working on a new e-book that I can share with you.
My recovery is nothing short of miraculous yet the steps I took are not. They are pragmatic and attainable to everyone, no matter their age, sex, culture or religion.
I want to share with you the 7 steps I took that cured me of the afflictions I faced.
Stay tuned and I will keep you informed on how the project is coming along!
As usual thanks for stopping by!!
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