If you haven't noticed, I've decided to come back onto Instagram. It's not healthy for me to isolate myself from the rest of the world and call it "reflection" or "introspection" because it was in fact escapism and that's something that I really need to work towards eliminating from my toolbox. I'm not upset with myself for using again. I had six months, and someone who knew that invited me over with the intention of getting me drunk and then high and then sliming me with all of their recent trauma. Anyway, I had to snip snip put that nip tuck on them. I'll keep secrets because a true bad bitch ain't weak or bitter, but sadly sometimes hanging on is more damaging and walking away is the best option. #recovery#relapse#addiction#mentalhealth#notangry#alittlesad#practiceforgiveness#selfcare#keepworking#nevergiveuponyourself#keepitclean
if you grow up not having a lot of money, you will go through a common cycle as you begin to make more and more money.
At first, you’ll buy a nicer car. Then a nicer house. You’ll go out to better restaurants. You’ll go on better vacations.
But after you have gone through that phase, you’ll realize that none of those things bring you inner happiness. Of course they are more fun. But happiness comes from a different place.
You will then attend charity events and start donating money to worthwhile causes. And you’ll meet an entirely new type of people.
You will start to see that your money can make a difference in your community and in the world.
And you will begin to understand what truly wealthy people feel.
They feel blessed to be in a position to help others.
I hope someday you get to the point where you can feel that way.
If you would like to feel that way today, but don’t have a lot of money, you can always donate your time at charities and help out. They always need more good people.