This week, I had my first counselling session for almost three-weeks. We’d agreed to take a break after six straight sessions together and, it was clear by that time that I’d already made significant progress and that I was becoming a more relaxed person. During the break, I must admit that I’ve let my meditation routine slip. I’ll do it one night but then, maybe not for another four days or more… Thinking right now, I can’t remember listening to either of them since Sunday! But, I seem to be okay.
I was keen not to ‘give up’ just yet as there were two major issues in my life that I wanted to try and talk about and, I’ll try to elaborate on these a little with this post.
After reading a post by WeeGee over the weekend, I’ve decided to give this Thirty Days of Truth challenge ago.
Reading through the list, I can already see that there are one or two issues I’m going to find very difficult to consider but, even if I don’t complete the whole thing, I think it will be beneficial in the long run to have run some of these thoughts through my mind.
I’ll try to add a new Page to the site soon, with links to each of the challenges I’ll be facing. Also, I’ll try my best to do one every day for the next thirty days. It may take thirty-one or, I may even do it in less but, one way or another, I will conquer this. 🙂
My first post on this site was one where I explained my experiences throughout life with one form of Toilet Phobia. While I am now far and beyond the majority of the problems and complications I suffered with this through childhood, there is another issue that bears some relevance. It’s something I’ve lived with for over ten-years now, perhaps even longer. I’ve spoken to my GP about it on several occasions and I’ve even been referred to a urologist twice in three years. But, I find myself suffering alone with this, several times every single day.