Chloe sat in the center of a nearby wood. Two hours ago, as she traveled to her therapist’s office, her social anxiety rapidly escalated. Since returning to civilian life, she’s severely struggled with her PTSD. Here, she can sit in silence and not fear. Here, she can actually be and feel ok. Since Sandra, her confidant and progressional ear, met her three years ago, Chloe has grown to accept herself. Three times a week, now, she embraces her Shinrin-yoku, forest-bathing. It’s apart of her newly incorporated self-care plan.
With Love & Light:
“It is not the the bruises on the body that hurt. It is the wounds of the heart and the scars on the mind.”
― Aisha Mirza