I’m stonger…

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Living a life that has been a roller coaster of emotions has taught and shown me many things in my life. Those hard times always reveal those that will be there for you and those that will not. In those times I learned the most about myself and learned how to better myself and become stronger. I learned to go on and keep on fighting. There have been many days where I did not think I could go on, in fact there were days where I prayed for death. In those darkest of times I somehow found the strength, the courage, and resolve, to keep on going. To keep on moving forward. As scary and as painful as an anxiety/panic attack could be, I somehow had to keep moving forward. Life was not going to wait or stop for me.


5 thoughts on “I’m stonger…

    Rareity said:
    July 10, 2016 at 9:57 pm

    You know… this post honestly made me feel better today. Not at the expense of you and your feelings. I have been feeling with a silent stuggle for a while now one I don’t share with my readers. Knowing that there are others out there that can relate to you, just… I guess it’s a relief because some days… I just… feel … misunderstood.


      Jason responded:
      July 10, 2016 at 11:09 pm

      I am glad you enjoyed my post. It can be very hard and tiring fighting battles that are silent, because others do not know or truly understand. It’s not easy to face things alone. It can help to be surrounded my like minded people. They can make the journey a little bit more pleasant for us. Sadly not everyone does understand and some choose to not even try. In the end only each person knows what it’s like to face what they face for each journey is different for everyone.

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    jacobtugwood said:
    July 11, 2016 at 1:59 am

    Great post! I’d also like to add that, despite those moments of utter despair there is, surprisingly, always hope. A bit of a generalisation I know, but one I find to be true from personal experience. It’s just a case of riding out the storm until it passes, Only then can you think more rationally, and subsequently, see things more clearly.


      Jason responded:
      July 11, 2016 at 9:08 am

      Thank you. Yes, through hope people can find great strength and perseverance to face many an adversity in their life… Hope is not an easy thing to have and hold on to in times of distress.

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