We should strive to help others. My sister Rachel sent me this song at bottom of page. Several of my sisters struggle with depression and anxiety in many forms. For me it was the traumatic birth and after with the flu that almost killed me after I had Iva. The hospital was not listening to me at all. I had a hard pregnancy with Iva. I lost her twin early on 2016 (I miscarried again in March 2020). My family was there to help. My husband is my biggest cheerleader! I do not think I could have pulled through with out all the help I had. Yes, I am on medicine. Iva did not cause this just in case you are reading this. It was the failure in my old OBGYN Dr. Frech (?) and Sister Hospital that failed me that caused me to brake me. Only 3 nurses had me, I had one nurse give me the Rocky speech :). I strive to give others the rocky speech as well… No not for delivery of a baby but what ever they are dealing with. I was told it only takes one candle to light others on fire. I like to live by that! You never know how far your light will go.
I know many that hurt that are on the path to healing. It is not an easy walk. Whether it is from surviving abuse to loved ones lost. My heart goes out to them. Sometimes the voice of doubt scream so loud the drown out that Still Small Voice. Be kind and help. You may be the last light they see. Jesus helped others when he was here and so must we. Be a light to the darkness and pray. Prayer goes the distance even if it is not what we want to hear or see. Sometimes a no means not yet. Other times a no is there to show us bigger things in store. Brake the chains of bondage :).