Been playing Survive with different groups and each session is great. This is my first time playing until the last tile opened. The other player had their meeples devoured by sharks and whirlpool though so I imagined it's a bit boring for him to just watch. I miss playing games with in depth stories and lore though so for my next session I'm playing something else.
I love my Sheros, my Yaya’s, my Gypsy Soul Sister’s, and the fact that YOU survived!! And I know are thriving! ⭐️ my Village, my Tribe of Beloveds, my safe spot. ✨THRIVE in your VIBE ✨ #tiyv#survive#shero#beloved#yaya
Met a girl recently, who had decided she dosent like to eat food and can go weeks without it. I personally eat food a couple of times a day and at best enjoy meal prepping so I know what’s going into my body prior to it happening. This girl, debated and debated with me before I finally cracked. I told her about 4 1/2 years ago I had an entire mental breakdown, I stopped eating, sleeping and going to the toilet and I spewed everyday for 18 days, I didn’t eat for 2 weeks (humans can’t survive more than 3 without food), I had night terrors so badly I was sleep walking and waking up in a fright, so I stopped sleeping. This was a full on mental breakdown, not drug induced at all. I needed doctors and psychologists immediately to help me function again. The doctor told me, if I didn’t stop the way I was going, I was going to have to have tubes put down my throat to feed me, I was 55kgs at a 186cm tall, this was enough to really just want to try to get better and I immediately went into intensive therapy to learn how to eat and sleep and be calm again. Today I eat like a horse or a human vacuum, I sleep like a baby badger on its mummas back and I’ve stopped drinking altogether so there’s no chance of vommitting for any reason. I had to be blunt with this girl and tell her she needed to do something otherwise that would happen to her and she would be force fed. She hadn’t listened to anyone else, but she sure as hell listened to me, because I’ve BEEN THROUGH IT. Sharing past pain ain’t all bad. 💙 #ItAintAllBadBaby#Survive
I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10
The little girl who navigated the stairway one Sunday at church was cute, spunky, and independent. One by one the child—who appeared to be not much older than two years—took the steps down to the lower level. Descending the stairs was her mission and she accomplished it. I smiled to myself as I pondered the daring independence of this courageous toddler. The child wasn’t afraid because she knew her caring mother’s watchful eye was always on her and her loving hand was extended to help her. This aptly pictures the Lord’s readiness to help His children as they make their way through life with its varied uncertainties.
Today’s Scripture includes two “hand” references. After cautioning His ancient people not to fear or be dismayed, the Lord told them, “I will uphold you with my righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10). Many anxious and fearful children have been steadied by the strength of a parent. Here God’s power comes into view. In the second “hand” reference, once again it’s the Lord who acted to secure the safety of His own. “For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand” (v. 13). While life situations and times have changed, the Lord hasn’t. We need not despair (v. 10) because the Lord still assures us with the promise of His support and with the words we desperately need to hear: “Do not fear” (vv. 10, 13). #pray Father, thank You for always watching over me.
With God’s hand holding my hand, I am safe!
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