I had to make some hard decisions along the way, but I put myself and my health first. I’ve surrounded myself with loving and supportive people. Their optimism rubbed off on me, and I too have become a positive person because of them. I’m not completely recovered, and I still have bad nights. But that’s okay. I’ve gained an amazing support system, and without them, I don’t know where I would be today. I have people there for me no matter what, and I know I’m not alone.
Before I run away with this post, I think I’ll wrap it up. There are two things I had to learn the hard way through my struggle. There is nothing wrong with having emotions, and your mental illness does not define you. Keep fighting on. You can beat this!
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