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Never stop dreaming and believing

Hello there,

I know I was inactive for more than a year, but it’s only due to my personality and my health problems – vegetative dystonia. All this time I was struggling, but all in all I feel better now, but anyway it’s still a long way to go to recover fully. I don’t want to think about what I went through, but what I want to achieve and do in my further life.

When You have almost none close person You fully trust, it’s sometimes hard to live, but I do believe in God and my dreams. When im ready to break-down, I return to my dreams and refill my motivation.

I am using pharmaceutical drugs and psychotherapy on my recovery process and I feel a little bit better now, less panic attacks and more inspiring thoughts will bring me back on the track.

I want to say “thank’s” to everyone here on WordPress who inspired me and are sending me good thoughts and wishes.  Appreciate all of them. I would like to hear something about You, dear reader. What have you achieved during last year and what are your aims for this year. Share on the comment section down below and achieve them together.

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From collapse of Anorexia to University

Hello everyone!

It’s been a while since I published my last post, this time was fillled with a lot of thoughts about my future, how can I improve the quality of life for others and what should I do to make that happen.

Today I want to share with You one story I found pretty similar as mine.. As far as I think it’s almost impossible to find the story same as mine, I find this pretty close..

It’s Katie’s story.. She is 21 now and she is studying Creative Writing at Cumbria University. This is something great, but everything was not before she started to study.
She also struggled with anorexia when she was 14. She was the only girl in the class of four where three of them were hormone-raging teen boys.
Stress multiplied in her life when her parents told their marriage was in trouble.

She found that almost nothing is right in her life and hoped that losing some weight and improving fitness would make things about to change. She assumed that thin people have amazing lives and she wanted that one for herself as well.

She cut out fats, carbs and dairy and lived on rice cakes, apples and lettuce. She became addicted. “Nothing mattered more than satisfying the mystery voice’s need for weight loss and perfection.

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Her weight dropped from 8.5st to under 5st.hair fell out,  skin cracked and bled, bones ached and her periods stopped. “But I still didn’t believe I was thin enough. When I looked in the mirror, a mound of blubber stared back.”

Eventually, she collapsed and ended up in hospital after having a minor heart attack while riding a bike. She was admitted to a psychiatric ward in a hospital in Middlesbrough, where where she stayed for the next nine months. After that – she started to eat one again, but her recovery was slow. Also as mine actually was. She received a lot of support from her family.
She have had a couple of relapses, but five years on she is fully recovered, with few long-lasting effects. Also her periods have come back so she can have children. And this is amazing in my opinion, because this experienced and awesome lady will be awesome mother even just because she experienced problem which is left in a shadow for a lot of times… A problem, from which suffer around 3% of population.

“Aim to live every day as though it’s your last and not submit to anorexia. Try to defeat anorexia before it defeats you. Always remember that help is out there.” – Katie

Comment from me: Katie’ s story is quite inspiring, I’m glad she can have kids now and she is able to live better life even those long-lasting effects no one who haven’t suffered from anorexia won’t understand. Keep going, Katie! 🙂

Make the best from Your day, dear reader! Trust Yourself that You can beat whatever You desire and You can help and inspire a lot of others. Don’t forget that.

Blogger Recognition Award

Hi!

One morning I opened my blog and saw that I was nominated for the “Blogger Recognition Award” by Gina Uche (https://ginauche.wordpress.com/). She has a great writing and art blog worth visiting. Thank You, Gina!

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The Blogger Recognition Award probably was founded by Eve Estells. This award was created with such a great intentions to make a connection between bloggers to help each other.
Also she set a few requirements (numbered rules below) to receive this award.

Rule 1: Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
Rule 2: Provide a link to the award creator.
Rule 3: Attach the award to your post.
Rule 4: Nominate fifteen other bloggers, excluding yourself and the person who nominated you.
Rule 5: Write a brief story of how you started your blog.
Rule 6: A piece or two of advice to new bloggers.
Rule 7: Comment on the blogs you have named here to let them know you have nominated them.

So.. about how it all began.
I found myself in a lot of daily situations where I was observing the behavior of others. There are often people who seemed to be anxious and disappointed of the life or something else. I decided to show my opinion and share personal experience so I could bring that awesome smile back on their faces. I’m on the very beginning of my blog, but I hope I have already improved the quality of life for someone. Also I find important to share those successful stories of others from around the world.

I could give a lot of advices, but I will give the most important one for myself. You have to do (whatever You are doing – writing, drawing, singing, dancing, blogging) it with good intentions. Every word, every line, every note, every step and every article should contain love. Love of helping others and showing that writing could be great, drawing and dancing as well and even blogging. For me it’s not possible to write something without love and passion. Start to love Yourself and Your hobbies as well.

So my nominees are:

  1. pallakforever @ https://pallak2016.wordpress.com/
  2. Arohi @ https://zhwadevivre.wordpress.com/
  3. Jason @ https://jwalkergs.wordpress.com/
  4. Stephanie @ http://stephaniehuesler.com/
  5. Ambi @ https://theambivert123.wordpress.com/
  6. Natalie @ http://natalieheslop.com/
  7. Drem @ http://artofdrem.com/
  8. Miriam @ https://outanabout.wordpress.com/
  9. Donna @ http://alittlebirdtweets.com/
  10. David @ https://barsetshirediaries.wordpress.com/
  11. Fatima @ https://livingsimplyy.wordpress.com/
  12. Kah @ https://kahchoonblog.wordpress.com/
  13. Dajena @ https://moonskittles.wordpress.com/
  14. Gel @ https://geelinlovesconan.wordpress.com/
  15. Mike @ http://mikeandberg.com/

I have to choose only 15, but if You are not included in this list, it does not mean that I do not enjoy Your work or find it useless. More important than awards is Your passion and intentions. Keep up spreading love!

Yours truly,
Uldis