In that time, I knew clear as day that if the bottom was as horrid as I imagined, or if I kept falling endlessly – there was no possible way I could go on. The only tiny comfort I found during this time was Googling “painless suicide”.
Just writing that title cracks me up. A few years ago there is no way that thought would have even popped into my mind. Tony Robbins is a master coach who has decades of experience, has worked with thousands and thousands of people (probably millions at this point?), and is regarded by most in the coaching world as the guy at the top of the upper echelon. What could I possibly have to offer someone like him?
Well, technically nothing, but also possibly everything.
There are things that I think and believe - then it seems like there is Truth. I know I have a whole lot of thoughts and beliefs, but I think that are very few things that are actually True, with a capital 'T'. Attempting to discern between the two has turned out to be transformative in my own life, so I thought I might share what looks to be True to me.