...you have been there in ways I needed most, and ways I didn't even know I needed. Thank you for giving me a safe space to be vulnerable, and at times, utterly broken, and telling me it's okay to be human.
...thank you for reminding me that I am worthy and that I deserve to love myself. I am still doing my resiliency practices. I hope that someday I can pay forward to another spirit in pain all that you have done for me.
...I was so tired of being objectified by my workplace. All I am is a unit of productivity. Because he has worked in medicine, Greg gets the pressures I am under. Having a confidential place where I could be brutally honest was so helpful.
I believe that asking for help is one the most courageous steps one can take, especially when you have been the one caring for others, and find it difficult to give yourself permission. Finding a safe place to be honest with our struggles and our limited capacity as human beings can release one from carrying all that they feel obligated to carry.