Slogging Along. . .
I learned the word "slogging" on a trip to London, and sometimes it fits when a client finds themselves swamped with a long string of seemingly endless unfortunate events. In wading through this swamp, patience and hope become one's machetes, and kindness and positive actions are lifeboats.
It seems everyone on earth goes through this kind of slogging at some point. If you are going through it right now, it is just your time, and not nearly as much your fault as you probably think it is. Honest!
Hang in There,
Cheryl Deaner, LMFT 36764