And so it begins. In a few months you wont be able to step out of your house without your phone! but i think this is definitely progress!
Cell phones and recovery are strangely intertwined, i think, because both are about communication, and people. I strongly believe that since abuse is something that often happens in isolation, it is important that healing happens surrounded by people. There is the catch that isolation can sometimes feel like safety, but i think that is a catch to avoid.
I hope you can see a little more that you are worth contacting!
Be careful, though. Cell phones also give an easy route to isolation, because once you become more reliant on your phone, and then feel like isolating for whatever reason, all you have to do is switch your phone off and then you are basically dead in the water- so be careful of that, cell phones are wonderful for communication but also act as a big red button of avalanche when you are feeling down.
"...until lambs become lions"
I love you, little lewis, and i will never leave you. We are the same. You brighten my day, and i will make sure that i brighten yours. Hugs and kisses.