I saw this Instagram post from my favourite LPGA Tour Player Sandra Gal yesterday and thought it was extremely thought provoking.  It's one for people who think grass is always greener on the other side when it comes to the lifestyle of Tour players.  They have their moments of sadness and depression the same as the rest of us.  As someone who teeters on the brink of it myself and who has lost friends to the illness, this really struck a chord.

I feel like I need to share something with you guys. Obviously I am quite active on social media and most of the time I enjoy it. I like sharing all the beautiful places I get to see in this world, people I meet, funny and random moments I experience or great shots that I've hit. But I also want to be authentic. I'm a human like anyone else and even though my pics look happy most of the time, I do have my down moments. I'm an extremely sensitive person and I feel things so deeply. With being able to see beauty in the smallest of things comes the downside of feeling sadness intensely as well. I can't complain - that's the way I am and most of the time it is a blessing. But don't confuse my pictures with a perfect life without challenges and obstacles and tears. If I can inspire at least one person to see that they are okay just the way they are and where they are in life - with all their ups and downs and positive and negative traits - then this was worth posting. Because underneath everything, underneath all the crazy thoughts and situations, everything is always okay.
peace love

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