Breaking the Cycle of Generational Trauma as a Multiracial Woman
Maybe you need counseling or relationships or medication. Maybe you need all of these things combined.
For me, this day is typically a reminder of everything I didn’t get to have.
These statements, to us, are not up for debate when it comes to you and your mental well-being. These statements are truths that we believe apply to you despite what society or your mental illness might try to convince you of.
I’m beginning to believe that life is more than pain. And I’m a pretty awful salesman.
I was scared to be hopeful because that’s exactly when things would come crashing back down.
If you go to the Merriam-Webster website and search “silver linings,” you’ll find this definition: a consoling or hopeful prospect.
I wish that when you look to TWLOHA for hope, you find the support you need, you find a voice on the other end that hears you, a voice that sees you, one that’s there to hold hope for you.
I made this for you, friend. I hope it reminds you that no moments are worthless.
I refuse to allow the same toxic cycle of verbal and emotional abuse to continue with the potential to last for generations.
The best you have to offer others will never be a cure-all method, a one-size-fits-most fix. The best you have to offer will always be yourself.
I had to step away from spirituality to understand this lesson. I had to separate myself from something that was telling me that I wasn’t enough.
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