You might have a really good few days, so good that you are tempted to think you're good now, it's all just going to get better from here. (You might have forgotten the cyclical nature of progress in all healing, especially emotional.)
And a morning might come when you take your son to school and drive home, sitting in your garage with the car running and you cannot for the life of you work out a reason to move from where you are, because self-loathing has the upper hand. You might be staring at your phone trying to form words for a SOS text to your psychologist.
The phone you are staring at might ring.
It might be one of your dearest friends, asking if you need help with getting ready for Christmas any day this week, what with all that's going on in your life right now, and would right now work?
And just like that, you might remember that God loves you, and you matter, and He's got your back, and He's not the only one.
You know who you are. Thank you for listening to the promptings this morning.