untitled

No two people live life in the same way as the person next to them. How are you going to judge someone when it is not your life?

I overanalyze every situation I am put into. I think of every way I can respond if something is said to me. All for one reason, I am scared as to what will happen if I am not prepared for something.

I walk into a public setting and see the people that make me feel uncomfortable. My entire body gets shaky and then my legs feel numb. I have no reason to be worried, but my mind can not help but think about what may happen.

I sit at home alone and hear a faint voice inside my head as I go along with my day. Telling me to not do something or to stop thinking about the same thing I have been pondering for the past 6 months.

Everyday, the stress would weigh me down making me feel like I would never be okay. I hated being the girl with health issues in fear that everyone around me would judge.

Through a lot of work in a way that is not the easiest to explain I overcame the struggles in my life that most people could never understand.

Learning to live in the present rather than the past was the most difficult thing to learn how to do. People are still gonna talk and say what they want but it is learning to figure out how to not let it bother me and I overcame that battle.

Life is never going to be an easy walk in the park, but you live and you learn and the thoughts in your head that kill you become muted.

4 thoughts on “untitled

  1. I think that a lot of people tend to be afraid of the unknown. Because you don’t know what might happen next.. Like today I told a personal story to a friend and her male friend approached her.. But do I go on with the story even if it is personal to me or not?

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  2. If you do not want to go on you can politely end the conversation maybe we can continue this conversation another time but if you wish to continue on with your story go for it. Sometimes a little courage to fight your fears goes a long way.

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  3. Yes you are right a little courage can do a little wonders. I finished the story because I was near the end. Although that guy throw me off balance.

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