To encourage you to keep going.
To remind you to be strong.

Published on June 1, 2016 in Picture Quotes

This letter is to you.
The you that’s had a rough week. The you that seems to be under constant storm clouds. The you that feels invisible. The you that doesn’t know how much longer you can hold on. The you that has lost faith. The you that always blames yourself for everything that goes wrong. To you. You are incredible. You make this world a little bit more wonderful. You have so much potential and so many things left to do. You have time. Better things are coming your way, so please hang in there.  You can do it. – Jodi Ann Bickley


  1. Velvettazz June 1, 2016 Reply

    I am saddled with depressive/anger Bipolar disease and this week has been difficult. It’s hard to see how I’m worthwhile. You give me hope.

  2. devote2dee June 2, 2016 Reply

    To Velvettazz..

    Declare and decree that “I am not saddled”, “I am not a depressive/angry person” and “I do not have Bipolar disease”..say this to your self over and over again until you start feeling like you are not those things. That is when you will see how worthwhile you are. If you have hope, you have Christ. Find out who you are in HIM and you will experience life more abundantly. It you want something different, you have to do things differently. May God bless you and keep you.

  3. Debbie June 2, 2016 Reply

    My mom was bipolar. She got on the right prescriptive med path and it worked for her. I hope you have a good Dr that is taking care of you as there is hope. The right med is the key to living a normal and happy life?

  4. Velvettazz June 3, 2016 Reply

    May you have blessed thanks.

  5. Janice Buchanan June 4, 2016 Reply

    Thia couldn’t have been more written for me. The challenges that continue to test me have been unbelievable! And I have to keep the faith that oour Precious Lord has something amazing for me to do, in the end.

  6. Deborah L. Ledoux June 5, 2016 Reply

    Just believe God love us all,we can do it don’t allow the sea to swallow you up.

  7. Betty January 21, 2018 Reply

    I am bipolar-the end of 2017 was bad- I lost my very best two friends and my heart is so broken.

  8. Gilbert June 3, 2018 Reply

    Still struggling with the after affects of a brain injury. This has been since 1979. Well, doctors didn’t have a clue of what I was going to have to live through, ( I call it existing not living through ) the rest of my years. I’m their experimental subject and have been given, seems like a zillion, types of medications, Bipolar, depression, anxiety and a whole bunch of mental disorders, but never did they mention CTE ( cerebral traumatic encephalitis ). That’s when the brain, the healthy parts, is overtaken by grey tau and slowly kills the brain functions one at a time. Now, I’m taking pills for that but there’s no cure, only more deterioration. I was 27 at the time of injury, now, I’m 66 and I can’t remember short term memories. I want this pain and frustration to end.

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