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Good morning and welcome to day 2 of #yogaqweens 💗 Today we're playing with #eaglelegs in any variation you'd like including head, hand, and shoulder stands or standing or laying down poses. Both @orchid_souris_rouge and I are wearing @noctua.om undies in #tacotuesday and #bongbabe styles😘
Today's subject is "friendships and relationships". A seemingly simple topic but also quite important.
When I was a child I was extremely focused on making friends. So much so that in 7th grade my mom had to pull me from school and home school me because my grades were far below average. I wanted friends so badly and not only did I want friends, I wanted to be friends with the most popular kids solely because they were liked by absolutely everyone, or so I thought. I screwed off on all my schoolwork to try to fit in but once I was pulled from school my chances of becoming "popular" disintegrated rapidly. I was at the school one class a day for music for 2 years after that. I suddenly became the weirdo that came and went. When I entered high school and was re enrolled in public school, my status was even lower. I finally made friends with a girl in my science class as we dissected worms. We quickly became inseparable and she made a huge impact on my life, not always for the better. It was through her that I learned how to self harm and self hate. I loved her but it wasn't until I became an adult that I noticed how much negative impact she had in my life. She was my only friend for about a year but through her I also met a group of amazingly talented artists that have impacted me in such a positive manner to this day. I went from focusing on making friends to focusing on art. And most of my high school experience was spent in one art room or another. I fell in love in my junior year and had my heart destroyed for the first real time. I had given my virginity to a boy who treated me like garbage and I feel like a lot of my later relationships traced back to how this kid unraveled me so. And since high school, I've had only one positive long term relationship that I can remember. Nolan has been a light. (Cont. in comments)