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Probably my true feelings... Some people. Failure. Disappointment. Rejection. Drama. So many negative things. Anything that will come to harm me in any way. Being judged. Taken for granted & under appreciated. Unloved. Becoming alone. Everything. 💔

I thank the pinner who wrote the following, its such a hard road for us:For all those who are suffering/have suffered from an anxiety disorder like I have. Anxiety disorders are real, life changing illnesses that need to be recognized as such

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This quote could not be anymore perfect me. Despite the hardships I face daily and how much I want to cry and scream and let out every insecurity I possess out, I still smile, appreciate what I have and speak only positivity with a smile on my face!

"'Baby,' I'll tell her, 'remember your momma is a worrier, but your papa is a warrior, and you are the girl with small hands and big eyes who never stops asking for more. '" - Sarah Kay - If I Should Ever Have A Daughter

This is so true for some people, all the facades and lies that they put up. Then they forget which face they are. Always be real and tell the truth that way you'll have nothing to remember or worry about. My parents always taught me that

[LOOK CLOSELY] There's Light even in the darkest places. The darkness has not overcome it. Thank U Jesus Keep shining bright✨We Are Champions In Christ✨

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