Hi Friends!!! I haven't felt this way in a while. It's not sadness, anxiety, mania or being hungover (which I was when I woke up this morning). But I had hope. The store owner texted me telling me she couldn't wait to experience more of me and more of what I have to give … Continue reading Happiness Comes Back!
I quit. It was a constant battle. It was the temptation to drink myself to sleep every night. It was the verbal fights with my mother. It was holding back tears at my desk. It was throwing up my dinner after I promised myself I stopped my ED habits. It was not talking to anyone … Continue reading I quit my job.
My first full week back in Corporate America has been a struggle. I thought yesterday was Friday! It was Tuesday. I frowned but turned it into a smile, it’s all I can do. I’ve been applying to jobs like an addict. I get phone calls but nothings really what speaks to me so I … Continue reading The “work” world is my oyster
“Those you have to constantly explain yourself to have either never intended to understand you or don’t have the capacity to understand you other than what they have chosen to perceive you to be. Either way you are you for a reason and you were given the right to see life the way you need … Continue reading Feeling misunderstood
So, my first day back to work was Wednesday. I probably worked about 3-5 hours every single day. And by "work", I mean sit at my desk and do nothing. I've avoided doing anything by extending "doctors appointments" (part of my accommodations) by hours. It's been really really hard to be back at a desk/computer … Continue reading Having a moody, corporate meltdown
I have never been sick, hospitalized and had a manic episode and had to return to the same place. In a sense, I've always avoided, ran away and had an excuse. I didn't have to go back to school or work. Ever. I always could just recover in my parents house and feel safe. I … Continue reading Final Countdown back to Corporate America