Flashbacks: Revisiting the emotions and experiences of the most turbulent year of my life

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Dain BramagedStarting this week, I am running a blog series- mostly for personal therapy- revisiting the events of last year. I documented throughout the past year as my coping mechanism. While I shared many posts and feelings, I certainly left some emotions and thoughts on the paper for my eyes only. Some of my inner most feelings were too frightening and depressing to share.

Yet now that I am on the road to recovery, I think sharing my experience will assist others going through tough times. You don’t have to be facing life threatening disease and surgeries to experience a range of scary and emotional moments.   Perhaps revisiting these times will help others…and I know it will help me to achieve full recovery!


So if you would like, feel free to follow this space to remember what the most terrifying…and joyful…moments of our life felt like.

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