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How Long Did It Take To Have The Courage To Say, “I Will Fight This?” (Week Five)

That’s a pretty neat thing to think about… Having courage for a particular situation or set of circumstances.

I have always been a fighter myself. For my whole life too!

There were some low moments, like when I had some of my “breaks,” and was all over the place.

But, perhaps the moments that stand out, have dealt with my picking up the phone or making an appointment, while I was in a bad way.

Doing so, as I have, when things were difficult, has been a testament to the fact that, “I will (indeed) fight this!”

What are some of the tools you use, and how/when do you get in touch with your mental health provider?

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