Teela Hart

Surviving Domestic Violence

Believe It or Not….


I’m constantly bouncing between getting better and falling apart, on the bright side, losing touch with my harsh reality is so much easier when I get out of the house and absorb the beauty that surrounds me. I can breath a little easier. 



Author: Teela Hart

I am a mother, daughter, sister and domestic violence survivor.

46 thoughts on “Believe It or Not….

  1. Being in-between getting better and falling apart merely means that you’re still changing, your mind is still adjusting to the new course that your life has taken, and changes are usually slow, and there’s no way you can hurry this process along, so just give it time…

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  2. “I’m constantly bouncing between getting better and falling apart…”
    Yeah; I can relate, but, of course, for diff reasons.

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  3. Nature and beauty go hand in hand. I am trying to push like but it is undoing my wishes. Need to leave the library and eat dinner. Believe me, I did feel this post was beautifl.

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  4. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    live is wonderful…or can be! πŸ™‚

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  5. Love and hugs to you my friend. xoxo

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  6. Beauty in your eyes, Teela. I breathed easier, first seeing your comments and now seeing your words and photos. So glad to find you out and about, my friend. You’re in my thoughts, even when you’re not in my Reader. Keep riding the upside, dear. πŸ™‚

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  7. Yep, sounds like me… Very well written with great choice of words to portray how you’re feeling.

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  8. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    Way to get out and lose that HarsH ReaLiTy! πŸ˜‰
    Great photos! -OM

    Note: Comments disabled here, please visit their blog.

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  9. I’m glad, that you’d found a temporary relief for your problems, and, i’m so happy to hear that everything is getting better with you too!

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  10. Enjoying nature is a natural healer for our soul. Enjoy it and get that smile back on your face my friend.

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  11. really beautiful. we don’t have anything like this here in South Australia.

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  12. Dare you iz! I’d been wondering if maybe you’d hit Powerball and moved to Uruguay.

    Recovery from abuse is kinda like riding a roller coaster in the dark. You’re doing okay as long as you’re hanging on.

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    • It’s good to hear from ya!
      I wish I’d hit the Powerball.
      Roller coaster in the dark? Yep….I’d say that fits and I’m hangin’ in there.
      Thanks for stoppin’ by.
      I hope you and yours are doing well.


  13. I was so happy to see a post from you pop up in my reader!

    Those photos are gorgeous – especially the sunrise (sunset?). As I get more and more into amateur photography, I realize how hard it is to get shots like those.

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  14. It is like that. I never managed to find a balance in recovering, it is instead as you said, bouncing between healing and falling apart. When I find myself less anxious about it all is when I feel successful. The longer you find yourself safe, the better it usually feels. Be patient with yourself. Lovely view!

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  15. I love you Tee β™₯β™₯β™₯β™₯

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  16. Beautiful views, Teela! Take in the beauty…<3

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