I’m a little scared that this surgery is going to be triggering to me. I have spent 10 years learning to love the person that I am and have finally decided that I like who she is and how she looks. I hope that I can look at all of the things that I am going to be able to do once it’s over and not focus on what I’m losing or the fact that I’m going to have self-image issues.
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I’m going to grad school. I’m taking chances. I’m moving halfway across the country. Yes, I am nervous and excited but I’m really proud. Agoraphobic, anxious, depressed… those are not words you use to describe the girl that is doing these things. Looking at this challenging adventure in front of me has helped me to realize how far back I have to look to find the girl that those words went with. I have come so far and I’m ready to make up for the things that I missed.
I didn’t think I would get here. I never imagined that I would do these things but I did. Every day is a different challenge but you can overcome them and you will get where you are supposed to be.
This too shall pass