No stress, no dealing with people who wanna drop others and me like a cold bag of sick!
Love my new me! I've become more and more reclusive over time. I was born a total extrovert and very assertive. I also like the new me so much better. Tremendously, I’m changing daily and I’m proud of the person I’ve become, but there’s still a lot I need to work on when it comes to myself. I will always continue to change, because it means growth.
Considering I was 15 at the time, I'd say I've changed loads. I now have a beard. Long hair. A car. I'm less chubby. I have a black belt in taekwondo. I am super good at more advanced maths. I'm pretty sure I hadn't even learnt about functions yet at the time. I have friends. I no longer have some kind of weird superiority complex. Those last two may go hand in hand. I am still a virgin, though, but baby steps. I've started making music. I'm a lot more independant, since I was forced to be after my dad died. I can cook, I can drive, I own a car. I have basically no respect for either of my parents anymore. I have more respect for my siblings. I can take responsibility for my actions and properly communicate when needed. I have a sense of identity and I’m learning to manage my trauma better. Though I’ve made improvement the journey doesn’t stop here. I’m working to improve myself everyday. I feel as though I have changed alot. When I was 18 I was an alcoholic who thought he was doomed to spend the rest if his life being miserable working in a factory. Alcohol was my biggest problem I would always embarrass myself worse than what I did the weekend before. I ruined so many friendships. Obsessed over a girl I never had a chance with (I still think about her a bit). I was basicly a disaster. Now I'm 22 I have quit drinking,I'm in a relationship and I went back to school this year to study human services and mental health and addiction. I'm super happy When I was 18, I was a liberal fundamentalist christian, and was weighing my options for my future, because I didn't think I would get into college, or ever have a romantic relationship with someone. I was taking my EMT-Basic in preparation for not getting into college, and was seriously considering just being a homeless traveler, hitchhiking around, working odd jobs where I could find them. I'm 26 now, I graduated college with a 3.8 GPA in a B.S. Criminal Justice degree, am currently working as a private investigator in the insurance field, am married to a wonderful, beautiful woman, have an even more awesome 1 year old daughter, and am now a small government conservative, and an atheist.