Its easy to judge those who you think have easy lives, no one has it easy in life, we all have to wake up each day, and go to bed each night, feeling fulfilled and of value in life. Don’t think too hard, and don’t especially be too hard on yourself. If you can manage that much, with ease, then you’ve got a head start above others. It seems that even the simplest things in life, we take for granted, once we become sick, constantly adjusting to the opinions of others, feel drained, that’s when its okay to worry about yourself, you can’t always accommodate the beliefs of others about you, proving them right or wrong in life, sometimes you have to just worry about yourself, and do your best to survive and practice a disciplined life, it may not be a fancy life, but live your life as best you can, starting with appreciating what you do have in life, and what positives you have to offer the world, based on your skill set. Its never too late to try new things, sure having dreams in life is important, but where is your reality, what are you capable of achieving in life, are your standards of wellness too high, are you expecting more or yourself, than you are capable of right now, how big should your goals be, and what can you do today, to bring you closer toward achieving your best mental and physical condition. You can have problems in life, but its not always necessary to harp on the negatives in life, if you have since grown past those points of issue in life, where are you now, if you recognize what led you astray then, then do your best to stay well now, you can’t always make sense of the past, and if you can’t move past your own issues in life, best not to add to discussion the wellness of others, or question the past motivations of others. If in the past you have assumed the actions or words of others to have been directed toward you, then let go of those delusions in life, if to articulate only empowers others to create a belief about you that you think everything is about you, the world is a big place, no one is that powerful individually to influence the decision making of others, especially if they are arguably not doing well in life. If I’m not famous, then please do not add to instances of defamation past, and allow me to overcome mental illness. Eventually we are all affected by losses in life, don’t contribute to the nervousness of others by being an unstable companion in life or friend, that just increases the likelihood of you becoming dissociated from others and treated as mentally ill the more you isolate, and the more time apart from others you spend, the more room for rumor you leave while inactive socially, thinking more about life than the time you spend living your life, at some point you have to move forward, and as you adjust to living a healthier life, have faith that others will adjust to your wellness, and not be bothered by your successes in life, or bettered condition, not expect more or less of you, and be able to blend in again. Its not about who you know in life, its insulting to not be credited for ones abilities in life, and extended efforts to remain anonymous, treated as though my identity resulted from issues concerning the past, writing is my gift in life, my strength. You can be so kind as to share your story, and still be made fun of, that’s unfortunate. To be treated as less than, based upon who you know, or for what losses or punishments you have suffered in life, no one deserves to be made fun of until suicidal, that’s something that needs to stop, highlighting the failures of others, allow people to move forward, not hurt them or put them down every time they get well in life, not be referenced to.
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