Stopping by the Woods on a snowy morning
The "mission" is to read the poem and share with someone your journey on the road less traveled. This fits what I'm thinking about writing in this blog soon. But here's a general starter for you to read.
I think the road less traveled started when I first got RSD/CRPS. I have since met someone else who experiences blindness and RSD, but it is the road less traveled. Then, I got depressed and didn't write much. The exception here was putting together my book which is still offered.
I deal with many health conditions and psychiatric challenges. I'm not the only one to experience this these either. But when you put it all together, you end up with one heck of a mixture! For me, the road less traveled is that of healing and growing every day. (One of my affirmations). The road less traveled is a zigging zagging filled with moutaines, vallies and holes waiting to suck me in if I let them.
We can cope with our challenges, we can even heal from some and manage the rest. I will go into the road less traveled soon, we'll tThere is recovery. If I leave you with anything, I hope it will behope that you can indure, you can cope, you can grow and take it one step at a time.