Recovery is possible – it’s just how you look at it

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I just want to write this blog post to say that recovery is possible. I have been trying for ages to grow my business, generate an income and establish my authority in my particular niche.

I thought my niche was business and writing business plans and grant applications but it turns out I was wrong. It’s not my strongest suit at all…

But actually in fact I am more suited to creative writing and writing meaningful content. I have since found there is a lot of people out there looking for freelance writers/content creators and these people are found all over the world. Hooray for me! 🙂

I’m now developing alliances and partnerships with people who value my skills and I’m now looking to grow my brand. Check out my business site here. 

No matter the diagnosis, bipolar, schizophrenia etc, you can recover and go back into the workforce. There is nothing stopping you from achieving your goals and reaching for the stars!

So next time you think about your symptoms and your diagnosis, think about all the good things about your situation. You could be hospital, you could be in a car crash, you could have lost a limb. But you didn’t you are safe and well (I’m hoping). Like attracts like…it’s proven.

That means that being positive and then staying positive is the key to overcoming mental health issues.

I’m not saying you can’t have a bad day once in a while. I get it, we all have bad days. But try and turn the negative around into a positive and try looking at things from a different perspective. Maybe you needed to go through a test so that you could come out of it even stronger and more determine. Maybe you made a bad decision, said something you didn’t mean to say. Don’t stress or worry over it, just apologise for your behaviour and then move on. Move on taking the lesson you learnt with you. So you can apply your knowledge and approaches to the next hurdle you have to jump.

I’m always looking our for my reader’s best interests…write me an email if you’d like or comment below. 😊

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  1. Melissa says:

    Thank you for reminding me that recovery is possible. I am grateful for the encouragement. I am quite a creative person so I think I want to pursue something in that area. But yes I totally agree that we can do anything with a mental illness!!

    Thanks once again and I look forward to reading more things on your blog.

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