Absence, Being Alone, Confronting, and Honesty

29 · Male from USA · Mar 04, 2019
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Hi everyone,

I hope all is progressing well.

Honestly, I've been to therapy on purpose to discover the results of unpacking which leads to opening mental crevices wide to deal with all one's situations in the worlds beyond one's intrinsic self though in a more aware connection with one's realities. I'm so glad about learning to process absence and learning to accept absence. Death is a part of life. I'm not able to completely explain the energies revolving about but I don't think anything can really fill or replace that which has become absent. 

Having to deal with leaving and absence has been a huge growth point for me. Growing up with my brothers always in and out due to them having their own lives with their responsibilities, no father in the home, one of my brothers passing away, me being taken away from particular situations, things being taken from me in particular situations, and understanding that people don't always change for the betterment of a friendship has all been great contribution to my social learning experience.

I've grown so much. Most important, I've grown to learn love and have done so much outreach to figure resolves for all my particular situations especially through direct contact with any particular persons of each respective situation. As vague as everything sounds, what I'm getting at is the importance of confronting aspects of one's particular situations so that one may best begin figuring one's way forward in their life in accordance with their respective realities.

On another note, learn to embrace time with yourself. It's important to surround yourself with good people as it is important to be a good person yourself. There is a lot of good in the world. Always be honest with yourself and others. Honestly living one's life from one's intent through their being makes living easier/simpler for the person living their life in such a way.

Onward and Upward,

Kevin Dufresne

IG: @Dufreshest

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