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I have experienced a childhood that was full of abuse and no love or support. 2020 brought up all of the abuse and trauma that I experienced. I know that there is love out there and would like to receive notes of encouragement that let me know that people do really love and support each other.


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  • Danielle
    Would be happy to pass on some love - what's your address? danikrause23@gmail.com
  • Mary
    I’d love to send a card. Please send me an address. I have emailed you.
  • Jessica G.
    Pam,

    First, I want to say I’m so sorry for everything you’ve been through. The fact that you are reaching out to seek encouragement is, in itself, an act of hope, purpose, and self-care. This alone speaks volumes. For someone to not only be able to recognize, acknowledge and process trauma they’ve been through, but be brave enough to express this (especially to strangers) is incredible. I don’t know you, but I can tell for certain that you will attract love and compassion in your life.

    I’ve had episodes of doubt, depression, mistrust and indifference to people and the world. During these times is when I’ve discovered the most strength. But I have to actively choose to see this coveted goodness. It’s in every nook and cranny of existence; even if you can’t spot it easily. There is hidden grace in so many everyday things: passing smiles, small gestures of connection, beautiful and vulnerable expression, and friends and strangers alike coming together in the simplest of ways. In the midst of the darkest times is when the heart of everyone seems to shine through. Oftentimes it takes these trying periods for people to step in to help each other and truly show the greatest feats of kindness and support.

    No matter what has happened to you, you deserve love because you are unique. You have something to offer. You want the connection. That’s such an underrated virtue; wanting to believe in the good—and seeking it. The beautiful thing is that everyone in this world has something to give. I’ve found that a lot of people choose to.

    By nature, we all want connection and purpose. There is an (often latent) abundance of love and meaning that people have within them just waiting to be shared. Seeing all the good deeds that happen every single day is a quiet comfort -- a man paying it forward at the grocery store, teenagers rushing to help an elderly woman with her tasks, children starting an organization to support other children, friends sending special wishes, teachers stepping up to make their students’ education as fruitful as it can be… music, art, literature, activism, the existence of all these resources that aim to help others… even my 25-year-old cousin (who has a physically debilitating autoimmune condition and can no longer speak, eat/swallow or walk, among other things) has been supporting so many people in need with a nonprofit she started, and she continues to grace strangers and loved ones alike with her writing and acts of charity. This amazes me. She reminds me that there are people everywhere who just want to feel love.

    I hope you will find people who show you that love and kindness always exist. And no matter how dark it feels, people DO CARE. So many. You are not alone in your suffering, and I wish you all the peace, comfort and motivation to carry on in every way you can.

    *I have to say: YOU ARE BRAVE. YOU ARE STRONG. YOU ARE FULL OF LIFE. YOU CAN HOPE. YOU CAN DO. YOU CAN LOVE. YOU WILL BE OK.

    Sending positive thoughts your way. May you see a better day, and know that the light is never far away.
  • Jessica G.
    Pam,

    First, I want to say I’m so sorry for everything you’ve been through. The fact that you are reaching out to seek encouragement is, in itself, an act of hope, purpose, and self-care. This alone speaks volumes. For someone to not only be able to recognize, acknowledge and process trauma they’ve been through, but be brave enough to express this (especially to strangers) is incredible. I don’t know you, but I can tell for certain that you will attract love and compassion in your life.

    I’ve had episodes of doubt, depression, mistrust and indifference to people and the world. During these times is when I’ve discovered the most strength. But I have to actively choose to see this coveted goodness. It’s in every nook and cranny of existence; even if you can’t spot it easily. There is hidden grace in so many everyday things: passing smiles, small gestures of connection, beautiful and vulnerable expression, and friends and strangers alike coming together in the simplest of ways. In the midst of the darkest times is when the heart of everyone seems to shine through. Oftentimes it takes these trying periods for people to step in to help each other and truly show the greatest feats of kindness and support.

    No matter what has happened to you, you deserve love because you are unique. You have something to offer. You want the connection. That’s such an underrated virtue; wanting to believe in the good—and seeking it. The beautiful thing is that everyone in this world has something to give. I’ve found that a lot of people choose to.

    By nature, we all want connection and purpose. There is an (often latent) abundance of love and meaning that people have within them just waiting to be shared. Seeing all the good deeds that happen every single day is a quiet comfort -- a man paying it forward at the grocery store, teenagers rushing to help an elderly woman with her tasks, children starting an organization to support other children, friends sending special wishes, teachers stepping up to make their students’ education as fruitful as it can be… music, art, literature, activism, the existence of all these resources that aim to help others… even my 25-year-old cousin (who has a physically debilitating autoimmune condition and can no longer speak, eat/swallow or walk, among other things) has been supporting so many people in need with a nonprofit she started, and she continues to grace strangers and loved ones alike with her writing and acts of charity. This amazes me. She reminds me that there are people everywhere who just want to feel love.

    I hope you will find people who show you that love and kindness always exist. And no matter how dark it feels, people DO CARE. So many. You are not alone in your suffering, and I wish you all the peace, comfort and motivation to carry on in every way you can.



    Sending positive thoughts your way. May you see a better day, and know that the light is never far away.