Wilted Flower

When I was a teenager I was vibrant, a high-achiever, confident, and wouldn’t let anything stop me.

Fast forward to my late 20s and I was an empty shell. There was almost nothing left of the person I used to be. I would have been almost unrecognizable to those who had known me.

My marriage was falling apart. I had postpartum depression and anxiety. I hated myself, my body, and everything I had become.

I wish I had known the tools that I have now. I wish I had known that I didn’t need to believe that voice in my head. The tools may not have saved my marriage, but they would have saved me.

A few years ago, after my marriage had ended and I began the process of healing myself, my sister told me that I had been a wilted flower and now I was coming back to life. I was no longer a shell of a person. I was finally getting back to me.

This is what I want to offer to you. I want to offer you the tools you need to save yourself from whatever is causing you pain. I want to offer you the tools to suffer less. To be confident. To be who you were truly meant to be.

So often we believe that if our spouse would change that we would be happy. But I want to offer to you that you can be happy without them ever changing. You can be all that you were meant to be.
You may not be able to save your marriage, but you can save yourself. You can be the wilted flower that comes back to life. I can show you how. I know it works. I am proof that it can be done.

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  1. Virginia

    Such a heartening read, thank you! Navigating a marriage breakdown has been the hardest thing I’ve had to deal with. Its encouraging to know there is light on the other side.

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