This is about my recovery. Hopefully, someday I can help someone else survive what they feel is the unsurvivable.

img_7297February 11, 2017 was supposed to be my wedding day, instead I was left at the altar. My then fiancé choose to ignore everything he knew about our relationship for a snap judgement of his family. The truest thing he said to me after it all was that he was selfish and based our relationship decisions on his desires instead of what would be best for us.

After facing the worst day imaginable I did what any millennial would do, started this blog. It will be a documentation of my progress through this crazy life. Things do not always (or often) go as we plan, the best thing we can do is pick up the pieces and make them more beautiful, and stronger than before.

Honestly, I’m better for everything that has happened to me, good and bad. With time I grow stronger, wiser and more prepared for the future. A future I hope will be brighter and better than I ever dreamed. With the support of family and friends not to mention prayers from all sides everything is survivable.

For now I take each day as it comes, becoming a stronger me every day.