I thought living in a total void would lead me to a better place. I never knew it's just eating my whole system, leaving me weak and causing me wholly insane. I thought running away from reality would help me overcome this dreadful situation. I thought feigning an interest of being completely unaffected to the whole situation would suffice my hunger of being bailed out in jail. I thought that I would be happier to mourn and mourn …show more content…
To be honest, there are a lot of factors why I was once like this.
Coping with such illness has never been easy. IT won't take overnight or days or weeks or a year. It needs immense time to come back down to earth and be the person you used to be or be a better person that you will be surprised with.
Now, I'm back to who I am. Whenever I think of my stupidness for the past two years, it'll just make me laugh like an idiot. How crazy I am for behaving such! How foolish! How stupid!
Anyhow, I manage to pick up the pieces of me. The whole me that was once shattered. That bits of me that I once lost. The tiny puzzles of me that was once missing. I never thought I would be able to pick it up. But with the help of Friends, my Family, My Classmate, My team mates, My coaches through their counselings, their guidances and my Faith and my Will to Change and to help myself and the almighty up above has saved me from the stenching Hell that I once lived.
Life is beautiful and full of excitement. But don;t take life seriously, you'll never get out of it alive. Just go with the flow and surround yourself with opstimistic people. Enclose yourself to smiling people, because they attract happiness. Just be who you are and never impressed anyone, just