“You are one decision away from a completely different life.” ~Mel Robbins At twenty-six years old, I lost my dad to .
I was heartbroken and so angry. My dad was not the best. Ever since I was little, he would criticize everything I did. I was never good enough for him, and I was a place he discharged his anger through emotional insults.
It never stopped, and I was always on high alert around him. Right until the moment he took his life. He could also be loving, kind, funny, and warm, but my nervous system could never relax around him.Read more on tinybuddha.com