When I’m 25, I want to look back and be proud of my decisions

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Growing up, my sister and I had to take care of ourselves because both our parents work. And after observing the dynamic at home, we formed our own opinions about the way relationships work. I guess that’s why, while I always say I wish I had someone I hold particularly dear to my heart, I’m completely okay with being on my own because I hate the thought of having to baby a man who isn’t in tune with his emotions, or one who is awfully insensitive. Spare me the anguish.

https://vertigobutnotreally.wordpress.com/2021/05/03/21-going-22

I noticed my happiness increasing the less I cared about what others thought of me

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I proudly drive foreign cars (Mazdas), wear whatever I want and whenever I want, got a sleeve tattoo at 19, and even made a blog to post about whatever is on my mind. Who knows, maybe I’m totally out of the box with these things, but it did come from four miserable years of observation in highschool hallways. It’s where the most drama is at.

https://bigdreamsofasmalltowngirl.home.blog/2021/05/02/freedom

I kept hold of my Instagram as it seemed like the most friendly platform

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If you are someone who is struggling with their own mental health then my DM’s are always open on Instagram (link on the blog). I don’t promise to have all the answers but I am happy to listen and chat and if I can help in any way I will. You don’t have to know or love someone to care about their wellbeing and I wouldn’t wish feeling like this on anyone.

https://thevcwjourneytohappiness.wordpress.com/2021/01/14/the-start-of-my-journey

As we set out on another week in quarantine, know that I’m praying for you, that I love you, and that I am grateful for your presence in my life — You matter to me! 🙂

Keywords: anorexia , bible , catholic , christianity , coronavirus , covid19 , faith , family , god , jesus , life , mental health , quarantine , recovery

Thirty million people. Each, not just a “number,” but a person. With a story: Moms. Dads. Siblings. Spouses. Sons and daughters. Friends. Colleagues. That staggering statistic hits differently when you think about the person behind the number: struggling to pay bills, put food on the table, blowing through savings, or finding themselves having to go to food banks for the first time, ever.

https://beautybeyondbones.com/2020/05/04/the-question-we-dont-want-to-answer