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Anna2you

Major Ratslayer
My grandmother once gave me a tip:
In difficult times, you move forward in small steps.
Do what you have to do, but little by little.
Don't think about the future, or what may happen tomorrow.
Wash the dishes.
Remove the dust.
Write a letter.
Make a soup.
You see?
You are advancing step by step.
Take a step and stop.
Rest a little.
Praise yourself.
Take another step.
Then another.
You won't notice, but your steps will grow more and more.
And the time will come when you can think about the future without crying.

- Elena Mikhalkova
 

MH007

Administrator
Staff member
My grandmother once gave me a tip:
In difficult times, you move forward in small steps.
Do what you have to do, but little by little.
Don't think about the future, or what may happen tomorrow.
Wash the dishes.
Remove the dust.
Write a letter.
Make a soup.
You see?
You are advancing step by step.
Take a step and stop.
Rest a little.
Praise yourself.
Take another step.
Then another.
You won't notice, but your steps will grow more and more.
And the time will come when you can think about the future without crying.

- Elena Mikhalkova
I love this post and thought it deserved its own thread ❤️

Healing takes time but you will get there ❤️

MH x
 

SouthernGirl

Major Ratslayer
I miss reading Anna2you’s posts as well. They are always heartfelt and straight to the point.
I also see it as a good thing when a member doesn’t visit the site as much as she used to. It may be because the member has moved on and doesn’t need the support anymore, or at least at the moment.
It may be also that the member is busy with other things and she’s at a point in her life when she doesn’t want to read and think about bezness because she wants to forget completely about the man who hurt her.

It’s a support group and it’s always there when needed. I read at times members say that they know that if they feel weak again and need a boost, they can always come back and read posts here and then they’ll gain their strength back. This is awesome and it shows how efficient TLR is as a support tool!

Anna2you’s posts on baby steps toward recovering from the damage of a rat is truly a masterpiece!
 
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