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I WISH SO BAD I COULD HAVE MY OLD LIFE BACK! BUT...LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE IT SEEMS...IT HAS DISAPPEARED

They always say, noone in this world can define your happiness but you. Well see there's a hipocracy in that. They tell you to love freely. Never be afraid to
take a chance. DO not let your past shackle you into thinking that it's always going to be that way. Well, I am a firm believer in loving yourself. You have too.

But I am also a firm believer that having a chronic illness kind of changes the rules to the game. You can't love freely and chose your own happiness either. It just doesn' work that way.

SO the way I see it, you have to either love yourself whole heartedly, and block
out all other people, or you can love freely and get the same end results...never seems to be good. I have grown so accustomed to people's reactions and actions that it makes me sick.

It's a screwed up world that we live in unfortunately. Maybe I've lost. Maybe I've let others beat me in this game we call life. Or maybe, just maybe I have decided that yes my past is and does define my future, because it always has the same end result.

It's days like today, I just wish so bad I could have my old life back. But like everything and everyone else it seems, it has disappeared .

Maybe someday I'll see things in a different light. Do unto others? I really have to question that.

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