Regarding my resume. Before being hospitalized I was a stellar student and athlete, popular, no trouble making friends, then started blogging. By flyer at law school WIIDC was recommended to me (who recommended Brady Campaign to me, how we met), applied, and got the job at DC Law Students in Court, I was dating at the time, and was dumped during finals, got sick, hospitalized then sent to rehab for two months taken off all medication. After being hospitalized 8 times after leaving law school, I was put on 4 night meds for a year or more, and have recently cut back on the number fo night meds taken, alternating between vyvanse and adderrall depending upon how I feel, or put myself on provigil. Its never too late to fix yourself, I got sober 2013, and lost 50 lbs running everyday, got jobs, left jobs, and have recently published 2 book and written four, working on my 3rd and 4th book right now, need to schedule an appointment with an editor, and working on another book with Amazon Book Writing Inc. Lifes not a rush, work at your own pace, deadlines are eminent, but always be prepared in the event of failure ... life goes on, nothing to fret about when things do not work out, its when our defenses are down we get hurt, proven wrong, and when we are strong, alone drawn toward taking chances in life and pushing ourselves to our limits in life. The body heals and the mind heals, I have learned this over time, but some relationships cannot be mended once hurt, leave things alone, something better will always come along, as long as you stay true to yourself, and not be a pushover in life, no one can control you, accept that everyone is doing their best always, and be forgiving it helps a lot.