January (Part One)

As we are into the second week of January it will soon be over.

I can not believe how quick this month has already flew past, I have done so much in this month already, I have completed my Leve 2 Counselling course, as well as seeking help for myself too, I will also be returning to work soon but not sure for how long with the career path I have now decide to walk on.

I have also done small steps into helping myself as I have now been able to speak to someone professional about what has been haunting my mind and what I have to deal with and have been given way to deal with them in small steps instead of trying to deal with them all at once.

I think what brought everything back was me doing my counselling course because in it I had to write about experiences I have been through and could not deal with all the turmoil that was coming with them, and by doing these small steps that I have been given means I have been able to complete my course.

Been expected in to college to contiune on my journey for becoming a counsellor, filled all the necessary forms and what not now just to wait for Febuary to arrive and then I can start.

I am looking forward to taking the next step in counselling and hoping to be able to go down this road as a job in the future, I have already been looking at jobs to see what they entail and what level they are looking for, I know I can not do anything at the minute with having to deal with what I am dealing with but I know I am going to come out of this stronger than ever.

When I do take that step I would like to be ready for the road ahead I because I have gone private with my counselling I can stay with the same person to do my supervisory part, so that is a bonus for me. The other plus side to all this that I have finally found what I want to be and how I want to be, This is a long process I know but when I get there I know it is going to be the best decision I have ever made, I know this because I can feel it in my bones.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped me and be there for me over the last few months that I have been blogging and I throughly enjoyed every part of this and I am going to continue to do so, I find this whole process theraputic, almost calming.

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