“It takes guts to get out of the ruts.” ~ Robert H. Schuller
This morning I really didn’t want to leave the cozy warm comfortable bed. If you can believe it we had snow yesterday and it continues, yuck. The end of September and snowing. Of course in Saskatchewan, Canada if you don’t like the weather wait five minutes and it will change. I had to get up and moving this morning for I had an appointment with my podiatrist.
I realise there are mornings like that with every one, mornings where you want to stay in place but you have to work so that you can put a roof above your head and food on the table.
Now add in a dose of mental health issues and you have a much different picture. Depression, anxiety attacks, plus many more, all which can leave you totally frozen petrified in place. You are almost queasy, legs of rubber just the thought of going out among people.
So, that was me this morning dreading having to be out in the snow, slush, and puddles of water. Yet, I finally put my feet on the floor, did my medication routine, showered, dressed and went to my appointment.
If you are dealing with mental health issues, or maybe know someone who is and they are at least functionally, you are someone, or looking at someone who has alot of guts!