Never once in my entire life did I ever think I would become disabled, plus struggle with depression or complex ptsd.
I have always been able to work, even working 2 and 3 jobs at a time.
I always thought I could work.
I was wrong.
I have spent over these last 10 years doing everything I can do to get myself out of poverty and off of welfare,
focusing on what work I can do: write about my recovery since I have been sober now 13+ years.
Starting with my biggest obstacle, which is crippling chronic fatigue, I have tried everything to better that.
So far, the two things that have helped me have been working on healing the issues that fuel my depression and complex ptsd, plus I take supplements.
Over the years, I have seen tiny bursts of energy, but they are there. I can feel them and they add up.
About the supplements, I take several.
Purely Inspired All in One Meal Replacement, a thyroid supplement, a women’s daily vitamin, and Omega three, plus all the vitamins.
What I live, I write about. If I can get myself out of poverty and off of welfare, I will write about that process, hoping to help others like me do the same.
- Sober 13+ Years, This Is What I Want People to Understand About Bullying and Cyber-Trolling - December 15, 2020
- The T.V. Interview, the Daily Mail Article, and the Closer UK Interview About My Reformed Bullying Behavior *TRIGGER WARNING* - December 13, 2020
- Sober 12+ Years, This is What I Have Learned in Recovery About Apologizing and Making Amends - December 13, 2020