I have had family members with mental health issues. I Thank God every day that I do not have mental health issues nor does my wife. For those of you who do, my heart goes out to you, it’s a deep dark road you are on. Any time you reach a point that you can’t take it any more, always remember that you are living in one of the most transitional times in the history of mankind.
Where have I been? Where have I gone? What am I doing? The bitter truth: here, nowhere and nothing. Sometimes life is not as easy as it seems. The demons of your past can creep and snap you up at any point of vulnerability. I had everything clear; I was to get a job, move on with my life and roll off into the sunset with nothing but an hyper-extended ego and a success story for the ages. We call all dream, right?
Of course, we all go through stages of peace and tranquility where all is clear, motivation is high and a drive for happiness is strong enough to combat the demons of our mental health – yet what can one do to completely dismiss such demons? The bitter truth: nothing. They become a part of us, the part of our DNA we never wanted nor wished for, yet…
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