Quetzal Green is a GORGEOUS color for this Fall Fashion palette lineup. It's a beautiful jewel tone that flatters figures and features. It works as an accent or as the main color. It works in different fabric types and textures. It even works for shoes.
This color is the perfect way to get the right people looking your way. Smooth, confident and creative.
Pink Peacock is a happy color. It is bold and bright. It works awesomely in accessories. It also works fantastic in jewelry and scarves. When the dark months start flowing, wear this to give yourself and others around you an immediate smile.
At the same time as this is bright and happy, in color psychology, it is actually calming. It is also associated with love and romance. Many also associate pink with femininity.
My Keto Journey:
My weight has not changed. I have been sick for the past few days...really sick, so that will be affecting things. I am still using the fasting, generally following the Keto plan, and using the KETO 177 drops.
Additionally, I am using the Nano Glutathione. Before I got sick, it was helping me so much to be able to think more clearly. Also, my hair is growing really fast and really thick. After I feel better, I am sure I will notice more positive affects.
My Journey To Self Love:
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It took a very large adjustment to my nerves after the divorce was final. I was still paranoid that my ex was going to take my child. I was still getting little threats here and there. I really remember that I didn't have immediate relief.
You see, there was trauma from the time I was a child. This trauma had followed me throughout my life. The fear was a constant. It didn't matter what environment I was in...i.e., work, community, social. It seemed that I still had the same type of people who would inflict the same type of trauma.
No, I am not saying that I was a victim. What I AM saying is that there is a pattern. It starts when people are children and will continue unless they receive help to change the pattern.
Now, my child was very sick. He had trip after trip to Primary Children's hospital. This had nothing to do with the trauma I was dealing with. This just happened to do with how much I would give to make my children's lives easier than mine. I felt every needle, every probe, every test. It was painful and scary to have a child who was so sick and to be a single parent.
Luckily, my parents would help me through this part of the trials as much as they could. However, I would have to have a lot of help to get through the PTSD that I had from the long life of trauma after trauma.
Counseling was the first step. I went to a therapist. They gave me things to work on. That was very helpful to change my thoughts and my actions.
Next, I would see a doctor who would start me on some medications. They would actually save my life and get me moving further in the right direction.
Was I worth all of this effort? At the time, I wasn't worried about my worth. At the time, I was only worried about who I had to be to take care of my son. It was an evolution. Everyone goes through an evolution.
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