Just a simple hug. It’s such a simple gesture but one that conveys so much.
The willingness of other people to accept me as I am. I think my anxiety set the expectations very low, but I’m blown away by how much some people can not just accept, but earnestly love, my quirky and weird self.
I have asked for space to be vulnerable, to share my struggles, and for the most part, I have been given lots of space to do so.
My insecurity. It creates stress in my romantic relationship. It creates negative feelings that negatively effect every area of my life.
My mother has given me many extraordinary gifts over my life!
Don’t apologize for being yourself.
My guitar is hanging on the wall next to me, and it’s a work of art.
I got my second vaccine shot, so I will be able to see friends and do normal-ish things soon without fear of getting or spreading the virus!
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