Thank You


Thank you for talking me down off the ledge. You don’t even know you did it, and you don’t need to know, but I need to thank you. Thank You.

To anyone reading this: if you ever get that low, just call somebody. Just talk to somebody, even someone you don’t normally talk to. Even if it’s just initially to say goodbye, and it turns out to be only a quick hello, how ya doin; then it turns into they’re talking you down and they don’t even know it. Just call and talk to somebody first. You might get lucky.

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~ by sobriety6923 on June 28, 2010.

3 Responses to “Thank You”

  1. Thanks.

  2. you should allow posts on your blog. I’m sorry you had such a bad experience growing up. My father wasn’t the best, but he was there. My excuses are all my own and I can only blame myself. comment whenever you like and say whatever’s on your mind brother.

  3. To “Thank You”—- glad there was someone who could be of service during your low moment. I’m certain that if your contact had known your thoughts their discussion would have been much less random and more directed at what you needed or what they could have done! I’m sure a casual giddy feeling came over the individual you reached out to—a normal response to someone you haven’t heard from in awhile—but know that fear prevails now! What you need, how can I help, what can I do, oh God why, are all things probably running through their mind right now! Deep breath—always there if ever needed again, whenever, whatever, you knwo how to contact! Friendship runs strong and deep, it was what began it all and is why there is a present to it now. You never know why your path crosses with another even years later. Disclaimer read and approved and own disclaimer issued and will be stood by!

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