June marks 1 year that I have been SI free. Although I went to SAFE in July ‘o7, I was reminded by a provider I currently had based upon my records that there is something to look forward to.
Life lately continues to get better, I still have my struggles, but get through them much easier. I am in the process of going back to work full time, as applying to broadcast radio stations for on air and producer’s work. So far I have been interviewed by 11 broadcast groups, and I get at least 1-2 e-mails a day, with referrals to openings elsewhere.
I keep on looking back on my journals, and the book “Bodily Harm” I keep on coming to the conclusion honestly my life is not all that bad.
I will tell everyone who may be reading this that the process of the program is to have some thought about the realities of the issue that may trigger, and how to cope with them. It was still the best course of treatment, although at times challenging, I have undertaken. For that I am very thankful that SAFE Alternatives does exist.
Today my quality of life is much better than it has been and I thought I would pass on the word of thanks. When June 20 rolls around, Deep in my heart I know I didn’t do it alone, but I did it.