I've been contemplating on making this post for a while, and with everything going and what's happened with @lilpeep , i feel maybe it's important to shed a light on mental health instead of shaming individuals for taking drugs.
this is my perspective and my reality, based on what i've experienced. mental health issues such as as depression, anxiety, etc are real and affect individuals regardless of gender, race, age and social-economic background.
the picture above depicts the state of my mental health at that moment in time. i'm not here to make this a sob story, i'm here to make the bold statement that you can overcome whatever your negative situations are.
having been through suicidal tendencies, taking pills, self-harming, because of personal issues i have faced, i can say that these situations don't define a person and there is an underlying beauty in the pain felt making me the person i am today.
i'm not going to lie, some days i wake up feeling like complete shit; but you, me, and others out there aren't alone. if you have issues and problems in your life, never feel like you have to bottle up your issues. the world is not against you and believe it or not there are genuine people who are out there to listen to you and guide you through your darkness.
i guess the whole premise of this post is to show that everyone is human, regardless of how they dress, the car they drive, how much money they have, and all that shit.
once you embrace your flaws or the negative situations you have been put in, only then can you heal and overcome them. don't let any of that define you, don't wish to be another person. there's only one of you.
i'd rather be my somewhat "dysfunctional" self than to spend a lifetime trying to emulate someone else's story.
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