If you have been reading my personal story from the start, you would have read that I have been diagnosed with Depression and Anxiety. While on the journey of telling everyone my life, a lot of it no one knows. I can not believe my mind convinced me to think I was happy. The mind that thinks alcohol and drugs is what makes you happy is a damaged mind. No matter how much you hide behind numbing yourself, your problems will always be there. I wish for people to reach out for help, and always know, you are not alone. Many things can alter your identity. You are the only one the can alter it the right way by talking about what you have and/or are going through.
Brother Yay Step Dad Nay both part 1 and 2 are the most read posts from my personal story. I reposted part 1 not long ago so here is part 2 again. Some new posts are coming soon.
One of my earlier posts. It is definitely one part of the reason starting the Crammed Mind Non Profit charity organisation for youth dealing with Identity Crisis.
They always say everything comes in threes. There seems to be a truth to that in many ways. No matter how hard you feel you’re trying to live a ‘normal’ life, something is always there to tell you otherwise.
When we are in any relationship whether it be love or friendship. We all feel we can trust the people that have let us in to their life. When you have done nothing but being honest with that person, it hurts a lot more to find out they were hiding a secret. You feel foolish and confused. However it would be safe to say that, first offence is usually forgiven. In my case it is never forgotten.
I feel its fair to say that since resigning from my job at Hungry Jacks, I had been some kind of gypsy. All while I never realised how dependant I had been my whole life. Dependent on people and most of all weed and alcohol. It is still not until many years later I woke up and start becoming more so independent. If you have been reading my personal story starting from 1 – All Over The Place, you would know how much I wanted to be in Adelaide. I felt that I was home and ready to start the next chapter……
Re – Posting an earlier part of the story. I hope if you have started to read my Personal story you have started from the beginning as I would help to understand what it is truly about.
It is safe to admit that we all do things that maybe you should think twice about. Sometimes it works out even with fear flowing through your whole body. But what if we didn’t take a risk here or there? How would you say your life has turned out?