becasue of what i went through, it gave me a perspective that was beneficial. i got there because when i was settled i was living by myself so i was with my thoughts and memories, it took a couple years to fully emotionally and physically get over it but i did….around that time my current situations were starting to affect my life day in and day out….it still does. there are times when i fell like im walking on eggshells and so on. everyday is different, it has sustained in the sense it hasnt gotten worse, better at times.
theres no specific thing i do to get through it.
i still have my broad perspective which does help me, its also been my curse so to speak.
its been a a great month and one in which i think awareness has expanded in bounds with positive results.
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