My Tattoo

 

 

my tattooThis is my tattoo… it is NOT a cry for help or a child throwing his toys out of the pram.

It is my way of saying

“I know I will never be cured, but I know how to control my demons.”

This very public admission is possibly the hardest thing I have ever faced, but I have enough self confidence, NOW, to say… hey I had struggles with depression, I have stood on a reservoir damn with a rucksack full of bricks, I have aimed at motorway bridges… BUT I have always known I have far more yet to give.

I have stopped taking medical /chemical treatments 12 years ago, and since thensemi-colon

yes I have mood swings,

Yes I can look at the worst case scenario better than anyone, but I have developed coping strategiessemi-colon

 

I am sharing this with you all in case there is any misunderstandingsemi-colon

 

I am in control… I am happier now than I remember

 

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The Future?

I am getting better, The people I associate with online, have been inspirational, mentors, coaches, and guides.

Yes I now meditate.

Yes I now read regularly.

I now am becoming the person I always KNEW I SHOULD BE…

The Person my best friend sees in me every time we are togethersemi-colon

 

 

This is the Other Reason for The semi-colon¬†Tattoo… my story is far from finishedsemi-colon I do not quitsemi-colon

and I am now more certain than ever that I know where I am headingsemi-colon

Welcome to the best part of the rest of my ¬†life….

http://www.projectsemicolon.org/

Why do people get a semi colon tattoo?