Is my story going to be your story? Maybe not. Everybody’s story is different, but what if you too experience incredible results just as I did? Maybe it’s not ketamine infusions like I underwent, maybe it’s another alternative treatment? All I know is that too many people are struggling. But we have all been afraid to talk about struggling. It has become such a hush-hush subject. Not on my watch. Not anymore.
People are craving this authenticity. This conversation. This platform. If that is what I’m able to provide to you, then sign me up for it. All I truly want to do is inspire you and make sure that on a day when the weather is grey, you’re having a migraine, or maybe you get into a fight with your boyfriend, and you fall to your knees. Just remember that it’s ok. You get right back up. You have to get back up. Promise me that.
This world needs you. You may not know what your purpose is, what your place is, but you are here for a reason. And speaking of reason. Do you want to know something interesting? People always used to ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up and my answer was, “Well, I want to be happy.” I didn’t know I would be working in fashion as a stylist and personal shopper. All this talk of “happy” comes during the process of discovering what your passion is. You find happiness in loving other people. In volunteering and giving back. In traveling. In faith. In nurturing healthy relationships. In loving your dog. In the sweet eyes of a child. It’s all these things that make our lives so beautiful.
I accept you, and I support you. I hope that you will continue this journey with me. Continue to reach out if there’s anything I can ever do to help you. Comment below and share you thoughts, because that is why I started this blog series. I can talk about fashion all day long until I’m blue in the face, but nothing is more important than telling you, yes YOU, that you are unique. You are loved, and this world needs you. And I mean that. Every word of that. And if you are struggling, truly and at your limit, please go to your doctor. Today.
Don’t just go to sleep like I did, thinking that will help. It does temporarily, but then you wake up and the pain is still there. Please get help. Ask your medical professional how they can support you. And be honest about just how bad you are feeling. They can’t help you if you aren’t up front and honest. It’s all a starting point. Because you have to start somewhere.
So I’m sending you hugs and positive vibes from here in Dallas. From my bed as I recover from this delightful oral surgery. Please God let the swelling subside before my client appointment on Sunday. And until next time, I’m sending you all the best.