Question: To my fellow bloggers out there, how to you keep track of your blogs so that you avoid repeating yourself… at least word for word?
I ask because I came across a couple of writing prompts that had me going back in my mind trying to figure out if I had written about them.
“What do you wish you could erase from the past?”
“In life, what has been your biggest blessing in disguise?”
Both questions have the same answer. Psychotic Break and preceding Manic/Mixed Episodes. I believe I have already been over why I wish I could erase it from the past, several times.
That time in my life has also been my biggest blessing. I know it sounds impossible that someone could go through all that and actually be thankful for it. That’s the way I look at it the majority of the time. The thing that has been the biggest blessing is the people that I have encountered on my journey. Nurses, doctors, lab techs, counselors, therapists, members of support groups, bloggers, readers, with few exceptions, have all been incredibly helpful, very supportive and some of the friendliest people I have ever met. Those people alone have been some of the biggest blessings. I’ve also found blessings in the writing/blogging I have started to do again. It was the greatest feeling in the world to publish a blog entry and have someone out there respond. The support I get from the blogging community is a giant blessing. There’s one last blessing I have to mention and that’s my family. Having gone through the things I have and relying on them for the greatest support people can give each-other. I have found honesty like I’ve never had before and those truths have made me more in touch with myself than I have ever been. So, it is possible for something to have good and bad consequences all at the same time. I guess I have known it for a while. Putting it out there makes it real. That feels pretty good.