“30 Days of Truth” was a series of posts I did back in 2010 over the course of 30 days. It was an interesting exercise in regular, prompted writing. Most importantly, I found that I kept returning to the same subjects over and over again. I had been dealing with the fallout from a series of failed pregnancies, infertility, and my attempts to mitigate the loss/grief I was feeling by doing a lot of “new” things – trying to keep myself busy. What I found was that I had created a spiral of doom – the grief wasn’t gone and there was also (by October 2010) a heavy dose of stress and anxiety mixed into anything and everything I did.
Short story: as a result of this brief project I decided to get checked out by a doc and eventually start therapy/medication to deal with the way my brain was working in a more healthy way. That turned out to be a great move. I talked about it in the “summary” post. (There’s other good stuff in here, too. I just hit on the bit that still means a lot to me after a few years.)
Rolling over the link with your mouse will give you the “prompt” for that post. View them all in one place HERE.