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  • telina27 shared a letter in the Group logo of Mental HealthMental Health group 2 weeks, 6 days 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
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    • @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

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      • 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

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      • @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

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      • @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

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    • @telina27
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      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

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      • @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

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        • @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

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    • @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

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      • @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

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    • 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

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      • @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

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