If I Could Turn Back Time

Woman facing away on her knees in white dress with heads on her head and roses in her hands and on ground with bare trees and ground

If I could turn back time sometimes I wonder would I do anything different, would I change my decisions, would it have made a difference.

We will never know, and I really don’t dwell on that ever but my worry is that I don’t want to go another 1 year, 5 years, 10 years and sit and look back and feel the same way, I don’t want regrets I don’t want to lose anymore time, I want to be bold enough to make the choices I want and say the things I truly feel.

The joys of my anxiety is that I’ve always felt this way after I lost so much time to the person who caused my ptsd. I’m told it’s a natural thing but that still doesn’t make it any easier.

— Trena Wall



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