Good Times Will Always Come Back

I struggle with accepting life for what it is, mostly when it’s positive.

I’ve been thinking a lot about how much I’d gotten accustomed to life really being dark. Dark because I’m not healthy physically, dark because I’m mentally out of it, dark because of looking at how much more daunting work is left with organizing, etc, etc, etc. I would sort of grow to feel a sense of despair that, even when…

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Just someone trying to share my story and find who I am, one post at a time

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