How a postage stamp saved a postal worker from committing suicide
Following the loss of her dear Mom, Meiko S Patton was such in pain that she contemplated suicide. While in depression, an inspired thought suddenly crushed her mind. A thought about a postage stamp. And that thought saved her life.
An amazing story that I am thrilled to share because it provides excellent advice on how to improve your mindset, conquer your fears and gain confidence.
How a Postage Stamp Saved My Life tells the story of me and my late mom. After mom’s death in 2008 from colon and liver cancer, I plummeted into a deep depression. I functioned every day on the outside, but inside I wanted to die because I was in so much pain. I missed her so much. Then one day as I was contemplating suicide, the thought of a postage stamp popped into my mind. That thought saved my life. The second part of the book gives 21 tips on how others can live like a postage stamp too.
Meiko S Patton’s book is available on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback format. Grab your copy today!
Meiko S. Patton meets Oprah Winfrey
“Meiko worked as a Letter Carrier for the United States Postal Service and every day she would see stamps.
She challenged herself to live like a postage stamp because they stick to their purpose and never ever give up.
Meiko began setting goals for her spiritual, mental and emotional health. She decided for 21 straight days to get up at 4 a.m. and go to the gym before work. She not only kept that promise to herself, she kept up that regimen for nearly a decade. (…) ”
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Janice Dugas | ATA Member