When I stand before thee at the day's end, thou shalt see my scars and know that I had my wounds and also my healing.
Some say peace of mind lies in security. Let me introduce myself. An alcoholic since my teens, I lived most of my life on various edges.
I possessed a fearful and fraught mind at the best of times. Both my addiction and my BPD led me to do some pretty crazy things.
Crossing a drunk person with a personality disorder is not conducive to the sort of life you would wish on anyone. I spent my twenties clambering out of one catastrophe and into another, doing some fairly disgraceful things—hiding, lying, hurting other people and myself.
At least one hour a day was spent in absolute misery and penance, sorry for myself and for anyone who crossed my path of destruction. But behind the carnage, I was a genuinely good-hearted person.
All through my mental illnesses, I tried to make the best of it, to be a nice person. And there was no one more empathetic than me. If anyone else had a problem, I would drop everything to run to them.
But my mind was not somewhere you would want to take a fishing trip, let alone a whole vacation.
Of all the people I hurt in my life, I hurt no one more than myself. I hurt myself by doing things that would make me feel guilt and shame later on. When I finally got the right treatment and got sober, after a decade of madness, I heard people speak about serenity and finding peace of mind.
In early recovery, it was still an utter mystery to me. I saw a counselor who told me to give it time. I went to alcohol services—they told me to work a program. No one seemed to be giving me practical answers about how to achieve something I had been searching for all along: But the answer was so simple.
You create your state of mind by the things you do, and you cement that by the things you tell yourself. As long as I behave with integrity every day, I can feel at peace with myself.
Things will always change. Life will sometimes be tough. People will say and do things that upset you.
As long as you hang onto your integrity, no matter what is happening in your world, you can go to bed with a clear conscience. And no matter how tough things get, you can still have that wonderful sense of peace within you.
But it takes some practice to really start to feel it, and to live with integrity at all times. Here are some tips to help you cultivate a sense of peace:The place that we live is amazing, I’m just at a point in my live where this place doesn’t suit my interests.
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