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John Maus - My Whole World's Coming Apart
How To Survive When Your World Falls Apart
About two years ago, I was working in a professional career that I had been building for nearly twenty years. I had been at my company for thirteen years, and had been generally commended and given positive reviews and regular bonuses and raises for most of that time. I had just left a terrible and traumatic relationship, and due to two years of criticism , gaslighting, and conflict, was experiencing severe depression. I was on medication that made it hard for me to focus and which gave me anxiety attacks. My manager let me know that I was on probation at work, something that had never happened to me in my entire career. One of the few lights in my life was an arts community that I had been very active in for several years, and I had just applied for a volunteer position working for the overseeing organization, which meant a great deal to me. Though every day seemed like an incredible struggle, I was trying to pull things back together, do better at work, get on different medication, and continue to heal from the trauma of the relationship.
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I love encouragers…I love being one, I love listening to them, I love hearing from them and this is why I have an encourager of the month to help us all to fly higher than ever before. Life is a journey and I hope my steps to surviving can help you in what feels like the darkest of moments. Feel the misery. Yes, I want you to cry, shout, growl, throw a tantrum — whatever needs doing to get the first wave of pain out. Confide in a friend.