Why hello! I know, such an unexpected post! Before I get to the real post here is a quick update. I’m here at the Eating Disorder Center in Rogers Memorial Hospital and we can use the computer! I can not express how happy this makes me! I will be transferred from the Eating Center to the OCD Center in about a week where I most likely will not be able to blog, but until then I’m so happy to have read all the supporting comments; they made me cry! Now onto the real post.
Life loves to give us something good and add twists and turns to it. Sure, it keeps us hopeful for better days which is a great feeling to experience, but what about when life has knocked us down and then takes yet another kick at us. That moment when we are already at a low point and life gives us yet another challenge? I’ve always been so confused as to why moments like that have to happen, but then I came to a realization. Life may be kicking our you-know-what at the moment, but this is only one part of our life.
I am 20 years old and recently realized that through those 20 years I grew up from being a baby, to becoming the strong girl I am today. Not only did I realize that, but I hopefully have 20 (and more) years ahead of me. Everything that ever happened to me in my 20 years is shocking, and thinking that I have all this time to have a nice happy life. What I have lived so far isn’t the end of my story. I have all this time to get better and become who I want to be, and that thought is very comforting.
This is it for my blog post today! I’m exhausted from a hard days work of reprogramming my thoughts!
~Stay Chipper Friends~
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