For a long time, I imagined that my story wasn’t worth telling.  Nothing major has happened, I’d tell myself.  Let the people who’ve overcome real hurdles, faced serious challenges, or slain major dragons be the ones to write the true stories of triumph.

Then, all of a sudden, I felt compelled, as I had once been to write my story.

Even if my challenges are run of the mill, my journey and the manner in which I’ve confronted and overcome the things that were plaguing me – and the way in which I continue to walk the walk – could be of use to someone.

I am committed to telling my story.  If I don’t, who will?

I’ve always thought that everyone has a story to tell.  And I am always interested in where people come from and how they got from there to here.  I am always up for a personal history.  So, perhaps in telling my story, I can help other people tell theirs.