Sharing vulnerably, so that
if you relate, perhaps you'll share how this touches you,
so that I/we have a deeper connection. Sounds gooooooood, yes?!
Anyway, no pressure to respond. Just enjoy. This will be therapeutic for me to be transparent.
Over several years, I've been over-cleaning my teeth with a metal toothpick and have messed up some of them to the point of spending a few hundred on dental bills. This cost wasn't enough to stop me from the habit, as it was self-soothing, it took me out of my head, and seemed worth the few hundred to continue. I realized it was destructive and did it anyway. Until....
At this point, at least one tooth, will be extracted or saved and will cost $3000 plus in repair, either way. The cost climbs from there as other teeth are dealt with. Or overnight this opportunity may disappear and my teeth will suddenly become perfect upon waking, at $0 cost. I'm open to either, being a positive gal.
Ready to receive what comes.
By the way, I've tossed all 6 picks after receiving the $3000 plus information. One pick was professional. Maybe could have pawned it, but I knew I had bottomed out, finally, and throwing them away was the only hope to end this habit NOW!
Did The Work of Byron Katie, and have forgiven myself, and still am. Hahhhhhhhhhhh. Good girl. I love me so much:)
Peace. All is well.