Truthful Tuesday: I’m Scared

I really like it when Dawnie does her Truthful Tuesdays and so I’m going to try to do it as often as I can. Count it as part of my therapy.

My truths this week:

*I am terrified by the changes in my Rheumatoid Arthritis flares and symptoms. I am counting the days until I can see the new rheumatologist and praying they will be able to help me.

*I feel like I’m not as good of a friend as others are to me.

*While I’m excited to be beginning therapy, I’m nervous to be delving into some unresolved issues. I’ve worked so well at stuffing things down, it’s scary to bring them back to the surface.

*I am looking forward to a chat with Tracie tomorrow with child-like excitement. I’ve missed her face dearly.

*I have a few new projects, but they involve putting myself out there a bit more. I’m scared of rejection and have been procrastinating HARD.

*I am so ready to be done with these steroids. My face is puffy and I want to eat everything in sight.

*I REALLY want pizza for dinner tonight.


3 thoughts on “Truthful Tuesday: I’m Scared

  1. I think there are often seasons in friendship – times when you are needy, and times when you can meet needs; times when you receive phone calls, and times when you make the call; times when you can drop everything to support someone else, and times when you can’t hold a single thing and are only standing by the grace of God and help of friends. I can only speak for myself, but I always feel blessed by your friendship,and grateful to have you in my life.

    …….and then I kept reading down the list, and saw my name……I’m super excited to see your face today, too!!

    I’m proud of you for being honest about your fears…..and facing them!

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