When the truth is bleak undress the sugar coated words and see the naked truth.
An article by Patricia Tsouros
“For the last couple of years I have been in a tumble dry cycle – hurled around, hitting against the sides of drum, erratically lacerated, mangled, being knocked and jolted about some more, not knowing how bloody long the cycle would continue for or where the next blow would come from. Then suddenly, intermittently, the cycle stops. I violently jolt to a screaming halt…………. I am knocked senseless by it; the trauma is so great, it’s unrelenting.”
Now it’s over with the court settlement I plan to take a few weeks off from the blog and Facebook.
A special thanks to Ciara Matthews my solicitor from Gallagher Shatter and Michelle Cahill my Psychiatrist for their patience, care, belief and support.
Thank you to everyone for following the unending adventure at the edge of uncertainty. I am most grateful. You gave me the strength and courage to keep going. I will be back in the first quarter of 2015; until then I hope you have a wonderful start to the New Year. xxx
And finally a very special, heart-felt Thank You to my daughter, family, and friends who stuck by me and understood. Most of all to John, with sorrow at the pain I caused him, Thank You and I Love You.
‘Things can fall apart, or threaten to, for many reasons, and then there’s got to be a leap of faith. Ultimately, when you’re at the edge, you have to go forward or backward; if you go forward, you have to jump together.’