Share your world questions

Pick three words to describe this past year. (please keep them PG. Thanks).
depressing, hard, frustrating!
What were the best books you read this year? Or the best movie you saw?
some great Books I read in 2020 were Too scared to tell by cathy glass, exploited by maggie hartley, taken by lisa stone, I have loads more to read and in 2021 I am going to set myself a reading challenge!

Because there was lots of time for looking inward, what is one big personal lesson you learned this past year?
Enjoy the little things. And patience, patience!

Do you think Covid has strengthened or weakened societal bonds?
Definitely strengthened them! We all had to find new ways of connecting! And I think we did that successfully!

Gratitude Section
I am thankful that my therapist and I could work remotely this year, when it wasnt possible to work face to face, I am thankful for zoom and that I was able to use it successfully!

Written for Melanies sparksfromacombustibleminds Share Your World.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Share your world questions”

  1. Thanks so much Carol Anne for Sharing Your World! I agree that 2020 brought us all some difficult lessons to learn, and new ways to adapt to! Good for you for practicing patience and endurance, those are very hard habits to get into! I know I haven’t mastered them myself! Have a great New Year and let’s hope that 2021 is so much better!

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