I want people to know my situation

My inner child was in despair because, as you may know, I have a very militant mindset and have always enjoyed being pushed. However, rather than being envious or acting like a victim, I found ways to educate myself, starting with writing and reading when I was young, learning how to code and design when I got my first computer at age 9, starting to blog and winning design awards by the time I was eleven, and pursuing a career when all of my friends were heading off to college. I detested mediocrity and found it incomprehensible that people squandered their time. My parents were fantastic, but they never pushed me, so I pushed myself. I’ve always believed that success is correlated with a well-rounded brain.

Life is a never-ending path of self-discovery filled with experiences, emotions, and joy. Including delving far into your subconscious to reveal your fears and trauma from the past, exposing grim realities to reveal the light, and discovering meaning in each experience and lesson. Since things could change again later, that is the only way to know what you really need at that particular point in your life. Realize that you are the only one who can save yourself. I’m sorry, Hunnie, but it’s all your fault if you don’t have the life or the partner you believe you deserve.

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