The place that I am extremely thankful to be is in the arms of this man. I could’ve chose a vacation spot, or somewhere I wanted to live, or quite possibly a mental state. There is no where I’d rather be. Patrick is where my heart resides. I can’t begin to express the love and gratitude I have for him. We’ve only been together a year and he has been through every single emotion and struggle I possess in this season of life. He has never judged or took anything out on me. Respect has a new meaning now. Trust has a new meaning. Hope has a new meaning. Love has a new meaning. Life has a new meaning. I could go on and on, but I’ll spare you.
When God placed him into my life it was very confusing. I wasn’t exactly sure why we began talking. I was in a very bad mental state and I remember him writing a post about being bipolar, mental health. That’s when we started talking more and both discovered we have Dissociative Identity Disorder. Oddly enough, that’s not a very common disorder. It was formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder for those new here. We went to high school together and hung out with the same people, just not each other. Small world. The more I get to know him, the more comfortable I become. I’ve never felt so vulnerable to someone so quickly in any relationship I’ve ever had. Something is extremely different, a good different that I’ve never experienced before and I am welcoming it with arms wide open. (Calm down Creed, we’re not going there…)
I feel my life going in a direction it’s never been. I finally feel I’ve chosen the path to righteousness through the Holy Spirit and it’s guiding my actions, thoughts, and decision-making skills. They are improving every day and I recognize it. I couldn’t ask God for anything else than to feel his presence all the days of my life. God’s will is beautiful and put me in the PERFECT place.
November 5th, 2020 Gratitude Scripture:
“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.” -Colossians 3:17