fbpx

To post a letter or write someone back join our community!

Sign up or Log in
  • Roger Chamberlain shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 week, 1 day ago

    Identity

    Dear Identity,

    I am ashamed to say that I don’t know what you are. You aren’t the only singular thing I search for meaning within, but you cause me the most extreme distress.

    All my life I’ve searched for my life’s definition in you. By no shortage of pure irony, my favorite television show growing up was called The Pretender. It was about a…read more

    Roger Chamberlain
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Roger, maybe your identity isn’t one singular thing but many things. Don’t spend so much time trying to define who you are and instead just BE who you are.

      Lauren

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Telina shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 week, 5 days ago

    Girl Finding Her Heart

    Dear Unsealers,

    Tonight I found myself missing the past, a version of me that I no longer am anyomore. From the cocoon came the butterfly, and she is who I am when I let go. When I stop trying to control everything around me and allow life to flow. I was crying because she has been there all along. It hurt to know that I neglected her for so…read more

    The Butterfly
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • When you google “Is crying good for you?” The first thing that comes up is, “Researchers have established that crying releases oxytocin and endogenous opioids, also known as endorphins. These feel-good chemicals help ease both physical and emotional pain.”

      Crying is a release and a healthy one at that. It does not mean you are weak, or anything…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • KitWriter shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month ago

    The Professor

    The Professor

    Come in, come in, don’t hesitate,
    the professor said, his chair a-spin,
    rising up to greet her with his grin askew,
    we’ve work to do, things to teach,
    things to learn,

    He thinks “while I burn in ardor
    for your young and rosy cunt,
    to suck you dry,
    drain me deep.”

    He takes the leap across the room,
    grabs her hard,…read more

    Kit Minden
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • KitWriter shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month ago

    Imprisoned

    I hope things are getting better, but for women of my generation, they were taught to see any problems in marriage or relationships as “my fault.” This is about someone I knew some time ago.

    Imprisoned

    Imprisoned behind four walls?
    Her house has so many more divisions.
    She has keys to them all.
    What keeps her here behind these doors?

    Not her…read more

    Kit Minden
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • KitWriter shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month, 1 week ago

    Oh God, Please Carry Me

    Oh God, Please Carry Me!

    Carry me; for I can no longer bear this weight alone,
    it presses down upon my shoulders like a massive stone.
    Carved from Carrara marble in bas relief; it has grown

    into a Colossus that threatens my lungs to compress
    until I cannot breathe; my cares cause me so much duress.
    I cannot see which way to turn, please honor my…read more

    Kit Minden
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Hello Kit,
      Your poem is very compelling. It sounds like you are in a lot of pain and I am sorry about that. Creating beautiful poetry like you have written can be very cathartic. Keep working toward healing and you will find strength especially in your own words. Always know, we here at The Unsealed are determined to give each other…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Thanks Shelley. I do deal with depression but I wrote this for a friend who had miscarried and could not pull herself up from the despair she felt. Another friend online today had fallen into the same pit hence I wanted to post for her. I wanted to acknowledge the true depth she is at, and to not offer platitudes. At the same time, I wanted to…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Not sure why there are now 3 copies of the poem above instead of one… how can I mix this? (for some things 60 words is way too big. hard with my MS hands, too.)

        fffggghhhj mmm nnn lll ppp ooo iii uuu yyy ttt rrreeewww vvv ccc xxx zzz uuu rrr www eee ppp ooo iii uuuyyytttt trr

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Telina shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month, 1 week ago

    The Imperfect Version of Us

    To whomever this reaches,

    In a society that tells us that we have to be a certain way or look a certain way, it can be easy to lose ourselves in trying to be perfect. There is an image that we have to portray to the world because of it. Anything different is called weird. I grew up not being the person who was apart of those perfect crowds. I…read more

    the imperfect version of me <3
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Wow! I totally relate to this. I was always a perfectionist. I wasn’t so much a loaner, but I always felt like I had to be the best athlete and the best student and be the skinniest and the prettiest. I felt this insane amount of pressure to live up to some expectation that I had set for myself. And in the end, I could never truly live up to any…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @theunsealed

        I am glad this related to you so well. To know that I am not the only one who feels this way is great. Many of these traits are hard to shake and can be very tiring. I am learning that following my heart is very important in order to just be my own unique self. I appreciate you taking the time to read my letter. <3

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • of course! I loved reading it. Keep writing. Keep sharing. Keep being you! The world is better when people stay true to themselves and let their own beauty shine through. I think at some point in our lives we all have to learn that lesson. And sometimes it’s a tough lesson to learn. Thanks again for sharing your story <3 Lauren

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Telina,

      This letter is so touching and beautiful. A lot of my struggles in my life are born out of this. I’ve fought myself for my own identity for a lot of years and I twisted and changed myself to try to fit in or make people like me. It has always made me feel kind of invisible, a feeling that persists even now.

      I’ve always been sort of a…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @oneturbobenz
        I can understand those struggles and having to pretend to be someone else. I am glad you finally found yourself and love that version of you. I would say you and I have had similar journeys in life and I am glad I can relate to your story. Life in general is really just growth and learning how to appreciate the growth for what it…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Wow, your message is amazing. Everyone in society now focuses on how to be perfect but not embrace their imperfections. That’s the thing today everyone is always focused on the internet which is a huge factor in why many people don’t embrace their imperfections they see the change that many celebrities do and apply it to themselves because tha…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @kayjahlorde

        Right, being imperfect is frowned upon in some circles. and I feel like this message is what is meant to come out. To teach the younger generations of women that you are not your body. You are your mind and what makes you happy. The idea that being perfect is forced on people is horrible. I am glad this inspired you and I love…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • Friend

          I will listen to you with love and respect.
          I will recognize your sorrows and celebrate your joys.
          I will let you grow and change without judgment.
          I will be your friend.

          I will not resent the others whom you choose to love.
          I will not undermine you with hidden barbs.
          I will not deny your pain or belittle your faith.
          I will be your…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

          • @kitwriter
            I love this poem it was beautiful and I thank you for writing it as a friend. You write really great poems I can’t wait to hear more of your poetry. I also write poetry in my blog and it helps me to release all that feel so I can heal myself. Feel free to send me anymore poems.

            Telina

            Write me back 

            Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • KitWriter shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    small things

    Studies suggest that emotions locked within muscle fibers prevent healing. To release them and to
    build true strength, memories must be dredged up from our deepest hiding places. They are filled with tears.

    small things

    small things
    things I am supposed to forget
    never pass from memory
    thirty, forty or fifty years since,
    the welter of…read more

    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Wow, what a way to describe how emotions can be ignited from such a small fire. It’s crazy how every human emotion can be ticked off at any rate or moment. It can turn out big and when you look back on the reaction goes back to a small situation. Emotions aren’t easy to control or tame but they can be overcome.

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • I am sure many of the women from my generations (I’m 66!) also were fending of men who wanted much more than each was willing to give. I was thinking about an incident when I was only 6 for this poem. I began hiding from someone who I had trusted but could feel a change in him and his behavior. I remember feeling like there must be something wrong…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • @kitwriter
      This poem was very powerful and spoke to me. I love the images you create in what you said. I can relate cause the small things that seem big can actually make an impact on how we view things. Sometimes we as humans cannot let the small things go. Our emotions can carry so much weight on us because we allow them to. Brings up a…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • So true. It was a big thing to Mr but back in the 60s, women and girls were responsible for men being unable to control themselves. By the time I got to my sophomore year in college, there were also bully women acting like men, threatening and assaulting women. As a feminist, I always believed women would do better at creating a supportive and…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • @kitwriter
          wow, That is crazy to think about and how we are programmed to think how we are taught. We would like to believe that all women are for women because of what we have been through ,but that is not the case. Working together would really create a world where we can feel safe around other women. I have definitely noticed that before…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

          • The woman who wanted me offered me vocal work on her album. I think that was a line to then get you to go with her. She also wanted me to tide on the back of her motorcycle into the country to play guitar out where it was beautiful. At first, I thought she was for real because f the friend I had met her through. Why would my friend introduce me to…read more

            Write me back 

            Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Emily shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Views

    No one knows me, they only see you.
    Your personality makes me feel so

    gray-ish,
    green-ish,
    blue.

    When I wake up and before I go to bed,
    I pause and think of you.

    I wish you would stop wasting my time,
    Because lately I feel that I am losing my mind.

    A clock in my head constantly chimes,
    With ticks and tocks that play on repeat.

    Orange…read more

    Emily
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Emily, This is so powerful. I am not sure if you saw, but I started the site after sharing my own story of being sexually assaulted. I never press charges or prosecuted. I actually never even found out who the two people were that hurt me. What incredible courage it takes to do what you did. Your strength is admirable. I am sorry at moments in the…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Hi, thank you for taking the time to read this. It’s an old poem “thing” I wrote a while ago and never shared it to anyone. It’s hard to not know things. I know I was drugged from a personal standpoint but when I went to the hospital I remember being angry not knowing what was in my system because they never did a drug test. I stumbled across this…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • Colors say so much without elaboration. You have used them well to paint emotions with words. Brava! What are your favorite things to write? Poetry, prose, memoir, historical fiction? How have you come by your writing gift? Is it your primary gig or do you also toil in other endeavors? What is your goal or desire to make of your work?

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

          • Emily replied 1 month ago

            Hi,
            Sorry I just saw this – I don’t really know what I like to write. Sometimes I just write whatever and usually I do not share it to any platform or really anyone. I’ve been in school and work full time so I haven’t had a chance to really write things. This was an old poem I found. Sometimes I enjoy poetry but most times I just write random…read more

            Write me back 

            Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Wow, what a powerful story Emily. I am honored to be able to read such a strong message to readers on the unsealed. You never know who you but with these messages and honestly you hit me. I have been through that stage of being Sexually Molested. I was not brave enough to tell anyone let alone my parents. But, at the age of 20, I informed them…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Hi,
        Thanks for taking the time to read this. It’s an older attempt at a poem I wrote a long time ago. I’m sorry you had to go through this, it’s really terrible. I’m proud of you for telling your parents. It’s one of the worst topics to tell your parents because it involves not only a violent topic but it’s sexual as well. Because of this, telling…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Emily,

      I admire the courage that you wrote about something so painful. I know that is not easy to do. You exhibit a strength in these words that is nothing short of incredible. I’m so sorry that the justice system left you feeling anonymous at times. You are not anonymous, you are a survivor. Telling your story is important because it shows the…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Hi,
        Thank you for your kind words. It took a while to not feel anonymous but you are right with what you have written. It’s just a lonely, long, awkward process that shouldn’t have to happen to anyone. I hope other people tell their stories as you mentioned because it can bring closure. Even though this was 5-6 years ago and I wrote this a couple…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • To us, you are visible. You count. We admire your fortitude, your strength, and your ability to tell us about the horror you went through in your expressive word. You are a jewel, a strong, courageous, intelligent woman and we all understand
          and the fight you have taken on in a situation , not of your own making. The justice system failed you,…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

          • Emily replied 1 month ago

            Hi,
            thanks for your kind words again. I suppose my writing doesn’t go in much depth about the event, but that is irrelevant. The issue with the justice system isn’t the charges changed from criminal sexual assault to criminal sexual abuse/force because of a plea deal that he got to choose. Nor the fact that he was released early from a county…read more

            Write me back 

            Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

            • Since I was a freshman at Michigan State University, we started the first women’s support groups. You would think by now things would be better. At grad school, Cornell was still not safe. A housemate was raped at home, a classmate was raped in the field. Women had to fight for equal opportunity. A professor on my committee tried to rape me. Then,…read more

              Write me back 

              Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Jim shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 2 months, 1 week ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    Achilles heel

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • Lauren Brill shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 2 months, 1 week ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    Dear Anxiety, You are my Achilles heel

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • Roger Chamberlain shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 2 months, 1 week ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    Dear Anger

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • BigStudBundy shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 2 months, 1 week ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    My letter to Procrastination

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • Jerrica shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    Writing to Create Sunnier Days

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • Dear Fate

    I remember this day all too well. It was June 11th 2021. My Father had just gotten the registration renewed on his car. I suggested that we go to Cleveland to scout out the gate for the baseball game I was taking hime to for his birthday.

    As we neared Cleveland on route 480, a car clipped my Father’s rear bumper. It forced us into the car next to…read more

    Roger
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Jim shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    This post is viewable by the Unsealed community only.

    To the teens of America

    This letter is only available to The Unsealed subscribers. Subscribe or login to get access!

  • To Teens Struggling

    Dear Teenagers,

    Like you I know what it’s like to struggle. I was there and on some levels still am. I struggled majorly with self confidence as a teenager. I felt as though I wasn’t going to be able to be what I wanted to be in life.

    For me two people in high school were instrumental to helping me change that. The first was my high school band…read more

    Roger
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • This is a great message to teens, Roger. There’s comfort in knowing that we aren’t the only ones who struggled with confidence in our teens, even though it would have been great if we didn’t have those struggles. I’m glad you had two people who helped you with your confidence. I wish I had someone like that to help me like that in my teens. My…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Gerald I can’t sat that it was easy. I had a lot of doubt along the way. My baseball career ended before it really got the chance to start. It ended with with a 93mph pitch that caught the outside corner to strike out the last batter of the game. It also tore my rotator cuff so severely that the surgeon originally thought I would never be able to…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • I personally experienced struggle being a teen myself. I had anger issues that were rooted in the past when I was in foster care. I personally had peer pressure as a teen but never really fulfilled them because I personally didn’t seek to be a follower of trends such as smoking and drinking alcohol at an early age. I do know now that teens are…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Telina shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Self love from the root

    Dear Unsealers,

    I hope you read this and realize that we are all going through something different in our lives. I wrote this in my blog, but never posted it in 2021. I find it interesting how we progress in our healing as we age and learn our lessons. Please feel free to let me know your thoughts on this.

    I spiral through my memories…read more

    A healing women who loves herself
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • @telina27

      Your letter hit me very hard. I’m there right now. 15 years ago my Mother passed away and the empty space still remains. It feels like you wrote my own letter and reversed everything. I wasn’t very close to my Father growing up because he was always on the road driving a truck to support my Mom and Brothers. I had to glean that he loved…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Dear Roger,
        Thank you for sharing your thoughts about your difficult childhood. You are a wonderful person and I am sure you were a very sweet child. Your father was probably a victim of some kind of abuse from his parents. He must have been a angry man who vented that anger by subjecting his children to the sane abuse he endured. Family…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @oneturbobenz
        Dear Roger,

        I am glad the letter could relate to you in a good way. I wrote it for that very reason to connect with people who feel the same or have had similar experiences as me. I think you are a very strong person for allowing yourself to start the process of finding the root and how to heal it. It takes courage to acknowledge…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @oneturbobenz

        Roger, You’ve been through some tough events in your life. I’m sorry you had to go through these experiences. I know what you mean about empty space after losing a parent. It’s tough to fathom that you won’t see your mom again until the afterlife. I bet your mom was a very loving person. When I lost my mom, it all happened so fast…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • @telina27
      @theunsealed
      Hi Telina. I’m Jim. How are you? I hope all is well. I read your letter. I thought it was very impressive and well written. It had to be rough losing your father at an early age- regardless how he was towards you. And to hear your mom say she didn’t love you and your siblings ? That had to be rough. I’m sorry about that.…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @jim-c
        Hi Jim,
        I appreciate you taking the time to read my letter. I am doing great to answer your question. I hope you are also doing well. One thing I also learned is my family didn’t know how to approach emotions and expressing it was hard. My grandma also had a hard time saying I love you to my mom, so I see where the cycle was was created.…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • @telina27
          Hi. Yes I’m doing well. Thanks for asking 🙂
          That’s great that you were close to your dad. That’s great that he pushed you to go to college. It looks pretty clear That it paid off. Yes it seems writing can be a liberating thing for many. Me? I’m not much of a writer. At least in a professional sense anyways. But since joining the Uns…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • @telina27

      Your letter was very moving. I love this saying you wrote. ”Pouring into your own cup allows you to overflow and pour into others as a result”. This is something I’ve learned to do with myself over time. For too long, I kept pouring into other people’s cups while neglecting to fill mine all the way to the top. I guess I did that to…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @lostone89
        I am glad it was so moving for you. I believe it to my core that we have to start with ourselves. I learned that later in life, and I now see what other people have told me from the beginning. It’s great you started to fill your own cup and to see how much you are worth as a person. Everyone’s journey is different and has it’s own ups…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • Appreciate the advice telina27. That’s what I’ve been working on. Just healing at the right time. Your letter was definitely inspiring and shows that it’s possible to heal from our painful pasts. That’s so true about trauma being passed down from generation to generation until someone decides to break the cycle. And we’re breaking that cycle.…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • As a person who has been living in this world for 23 years, I haven’t experienced not going through a phase of not loving myself. I had phases where when people made fun of me I just ignored them. I always learned how to take care of myself because my mother well wasn’t really all there. My older sister had to take care of us because my mother was…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • @kayjahlorde
        You must have really had to grow up really fast because of it. I am sorry to hear about your mother not being there. Sounds like you and your sister were really close, and she helped build you into who you were meant to be. I am glad you feel self love and have built your confidence up. That’s great and we all make choice’s in our…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • shelleybrill shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    I broke thru my insecurities in “Gypsy”

    Dear Teens,
    As a teenager, I too struggled with low self-esteem and insecurities. In high school I would watch other more confident students run for student government, try out for sports teams, cheerleading squad or audition for school plays. I never felt smart enough or athletic enough or even pretty enough to succeed at anything I…read more

    Shelley
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Dear Shelley,

      That takes major courage to play a stripper in a play. To sing and dance in front of 1000 people. Wow! I would had 100 panic attacks trying to stay calm on stage. That’s so cool you gain a lot of confidence after performing that part. I was asked to be a part of a church play when I was 16. But, my insecurity stopped me from being a…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

      • Hi Gerald, Thank you for your words of encouragement. I am sure that you have more then made up for whatever activities you missed put on in n high school. Its never too late to be in n a play or do the intimidating things we were all afraid to try in high school. I am sure you would have been great then but you will be even better now. Always…read more

        Write me back 

        Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

        • You’re very welcome, Shelley. And thank you for your encouraging words. Reading your reply gives me the hope to try new things (even if they’re scary). I love that sentence you wrote about how I’m much stronger and accomplished than I am in my head. I need to remind myself that more and more. Sometimes, self-doubt finds a way into my head and it…read more

          Write me back 

          Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • larita harris shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    A Chosen Generation

    Dear Larita,
    I hope you find this letter in perfect peace and don’t take this as a simple letter, but this is a warning for your life. Don’t allow yourself to be controlled by this civilization opinions and societies stereotypes. Most importantly this place is a Mirage and it is invented to destroy us as a human. We cannot be backed into a corner…read more

    Larita Harris
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

    • Aww @divinedreams, your letter to yourself is so on point. Definitely don’t allow anyone to ever be disrespectful to you.

      In my life, I have something called the circle of peace. The people in the circle bring peace to my life and anyone who tries to disrupt my peace – boyfriends, friends, whoever – I kick out of the circle. I do not allow…read more

      Write me back 

      Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Lauren Brill shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 5 months, 2 weeks ago

    Don't Worry, Be Happy

    Dear Kris, @krisqts-us-com

    The other night I was super stressed and I read a post of yours that said, “”In every life we have some trouble. But when you worry you make it double. Don’t worry, be happy!” – Don’t Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin.”

    I am a worrier. I have always been like that. It’s the way I am wired. And this month I was…read more

    Lauren
    Write me back 

    Subscribe  or  log in  and join the group to reply

  • Load More