Mental illness is not something that signals a weakness, not something that defines one, and not something one is.
I’m constantly surprised at the amount of people I know that live with a mental illness of some kind.
Sitting outside my favourite cafe in the sun today though, it’s hard not to be grateful for the little things.
Although you cannot actually remember a parent hurting you and trying to kill you when you are only a baby, it can still leave you scarred in life wondering just why they did not want you and what is wrong with you.
I accidentally fixed myself during that time and it quite frankly, saved my life.
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