A Little Pick Me Up for Little Ari

Hey Little Ari!


I know this week has been rough for you, but I wanted to write you something that will put a smile on your face. I hope these words will make you realize that you are loved and valued. Little Ari, you are allowed to cry about losing something that you wanted. You are not being punished; you are not stupid. Stop beating yourself up. You are allowed to be flawed. You are entitled to make mistakes. Don’t change how you show love. It’s nothing wrong with loving with your whole heart. There’s nothing wrong with you Little Ari. This change we are going through will help us be strong one day. This change will be something to help other people that are going through the same thing we went through. We are learning lessons that will make us a better woman. We are changing for the better. I know that it is hard Little Ari, but we are fighters. We always come out stronger (Shirts ripped and all). I got you back and your front, Little Ari. We are not alone. We might be down right now, but Little Ari, we will win! I promise Little Ari we are going to be just fine. Please put your trust in me. I will not let you go. I want you to remember even if you are afraid, Little Ari, you can still make it.


I love you Little Ari.




I’ve learnt that I still have a lot to learn.” — Dr. Maya Angelou


Published by arispeaksout

Hi! I am Ari AKA Ariel Davis, and welcome to my page! I wanted to start this page to get the stigma off of mental health. As a person, that deals with mental illness, I know the importance of having someone to listen to you. Please feel free to join in the conversation! I hope you enjoy my page!

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