The Music In My Heart

Good morning! Happy Canada Day!

I’m having a bit of a rough morning. About to make more coffee and take it to the patio. I’m hoping the fresh air will help. Waking with #CPTSD is difficult, most days I can sort of shake it off and get through my day. However, I live with pain, nightmares, flashbacks, #anxiety, repression ( I work overtime to keep my mind busy), hyperarousal (difficult to relax), irritability and guilt. People with PTSD often blame themselves and constantly relive the event, wondering how they could have prevented it. They live with immense shame and guilt even though they shouldn’t.

We can do this and some of us adapt easier and have found ways to help move past this. Thankfully I’ve learnt tips on how to do so. It’s a never-ending battle.


The ocean sings

A song of love and loss

My heart lies listening

To its rhythm

As it tells a story

Of lovers at sea


And going

Sinking into the deep azure

Their hearts floating

To the heavens

In love

Gripped by the mighty

Too young


Taking that breath

With paintings of love

In their hearts

Drifting to a new place

The sounds of heartache

Echo in the waves

True love never fades

It rides the ocean

Waiting for its love

Have a beautiful day. ❤

Unknown artist

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