I’m an accomplished winner and a notorious loser. I’ve been called a great guy and I’ve been called a low life. I’ve learned to embrace both. I’ve ridden the highs of my wins and learned from my losses. I’ve faced adversity in my life, but I’m proud to be still standing and chasing my dreams. I could easily sit back, blame my mental illnesses/addiction for my short comings, and quit. There are plenty of people who wouldn’t blame me for that. Some days it feels impossible to even get out of bed, because of depression that I will never be able to explain, but I do my best to push forward. I succeed because I insist on being remembered for my recovery instead of my active addiction or my mental illness.
I could not care less if you are sick of me posting about my experiences. The only way I know how to pay back those who have helped me is to pay it forward. If everyone in the world has given up on you, know that I’m still here to help. I embrace the challenge of helping the lowest of the low because that was me.
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