The Serenity Prayer

This really resonated with me today after deciding to pursue a different approach to treatment than my neurologist has recommended. In 1997, I too was an inpatient in a psychiatric unit, and was moved by the simplicity and comfort of The Serenity Prayer. It seems to reappear at times in my life when I need to be reminded, as I was today. I DO have the courage to change the things I can, and I can change this. My treatment is my own to control, thank you very much.

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