Warning: long post ahead! I've been debating on posting this because it shows a very vulnerable part of me that MANY people do not know about. But I feel like this is the safest place to let it out. I hate the wind. It has fed my anxiety and attributed to many, many panic attacks. It was absolute hell growing up in North Bend where it is windy ALL THE TIME. I honestly do not know how I survived living there for 28 years. Anyway, fast forward to today, when I had to go back there for a dentist appointment, and fittingly it was blowing. However, for the first time, I felt different. I wasn't scared, I wasn't anxious, I wasn't in fear. It was windy AND I was okay! And I have to give credit to @sbeambruce and @stacyworley for helping me take my power back. For helping me begin to heal the trauma that has caused the wind to be a trigger for me. I am so thankful that they are a part of my path 🙏❤

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SarahJoy
about 1 year

Thank you all for your support 🥰

aimee
about 1 year

I dislike wind very much as well!!!

Proud of you for recognizing the amazing changes, and that it's so good to be okay!

much love @Sarah

stacyworley
about 1 year

@Sarah you are amazing! A brave post and so much honesty, thank you for posting and sharing your truth. 🥰

Lori
about 1 year

Look how far you have grown from your past. l too am very greatful for Stacy and Stacie and the tools, they have shown and given us. That said its is you, that has applied those tools, and with alot of hard work have found your solid path forward🤗

sbeambruce
about 1 year

So much love for you, @Sarah... your courage and willingness to travel this path has been remarkable. What a gift to watch your growth and how you have come alive❤🙏😘