For anyone that has been following me and my journey to an anxiety-free life, this is a first time in a year I’ve had to write a post like this.

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http://www.transportbudapesta.ro/?kdls=iqoption-offerta&b5c=9e The title of this blog post outlines exactly what I want to say to you today, in an effort to get back on the bandwagon and keep helping you.

An apology

follow site I want to say sorry. I know that anxiety is tough on your own and I started this blog to help some of you. I’ve failed on that front the past two weeks. I suppose this post is a way of holding myself accountable from now on, too. I’m writing this down now to help me remember why I started the blog in the first place, and to show you that I do still care.

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4 comments on “An Apology, an Update and a Thank You”

  1. HI!!!!! I only just this week found your blog, posts, or whatever they are called! I am 67, have three of my close family who have anxiety/depression! Your posts have helped me a lot in the last week so PLEASE, never feel you have to apologise!!! You have done some marvellous work in just helping me through this past week and BOY! do I know about relapses! A husband with depression /anxiety for 30 years and two kids (30 and 25 years) also suffering has meant I also sometimes do badly, but looking through your posts has been a tremendous help!!! Very many thanks indeed and keep up the good work WHEN YOU CAN and don’t worry when you can’t. A BIG thank You from me!

    • Hi Frances, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS COMMENT. Honestly, you’ve given me the motivation to continue with the blog when I felt like giving up. It sounds like you’ve got a lot on your plate too so I know you will understand. I’m really glad that my blog has helped (and maybe help your children too?), and continues to do so. If you ever want to chat, I’m here to help!

  2. Glad you decided to take care of yourself! And glad you are back. Your new job sounds promising and I hope you continue to take care of yourself first. Your blog is wonderful and it’s ok to take a break. We will still be here. A big hug to you.

    • Thanks so much for your comment Sheila, it means a lot! I think that although I write all about anxiety, I’m not immune either and it’s really great to hear from you. Thanks for your support and giving me the motivation to carry on. It’s really appreciated 🙂

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