Going Steady.

Sunday January 24, 2016

I'm in a good place at the moment. Not up, not down, just steady.

My relationship with my moods has been rocky for most of my life. That's all I have to say about that right now, I'm too thankful to be in a good place to even think about it!

It would be wonderful to remain like this. Comfortable with things, nothing to rattle me. No pressure. Able to get on with my life as I choose with an underlying feeling of peace.

There will be challenges, that's life. It would be great to deal with them as best I can, but allow them to come and go knowing that I'm steady.

Wouldn't it be wonderful to confidently say that it used to be an ongoing battle, grateful to just wake up feeling ok, but now it's the norm.

My Moodscope scores are in the low 60s above what was my average and wouldn't it be nice not to stray too far from that? To feel secure.

Is it possible I wonder, to have found peace?

I've worked hard at it, pushing forwards, to make things better, pushing for what I want my life to be like, resisting the things, people and situations that are not good for me. Searching for the things, people and activities that are.

And now on this day in this moment, I can say that I am happy to be going steady.

What would things be like for you, to be able to say that you are in a good place?

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