• Intervening

    by  • June 21, 2017 • * Safe for Work *, Addiction • 0 Comments

    I know they love me. I know they care. I know they know me. I know they notice. I know they see me. I know they know I’m not myself. I know they miss me. I know they don’t know what to say. I know they know what’s really going on. I know they are sad for me. I know they are worried. I know they know I’m not going to ask for help. I know they know my pride. I know they know I know it’s turning my life upside down. I know they know I don’t know what to do. I know they love me. I know they only want what’s best for me. I know they couldn’t sit idly by when opportunity to intervene presented itself. I know. I know.
    All the same.
    I am scared of what’s being discussed tonight. I am scared that they won’t look up to me anymore. I’m scared that they will no longer trust me. I’m scared that they will be scared.
    But
    I know they love me. I know they know I love them. I know it’s time to come clean.
    What’s about to go down these next few days-
    I know it’s no longer in my own hands.
    Help is here.

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