Sad Girls Never Die

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A Daily Recollection of my life

Submitted: February 19, 2017

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Submitted: February 19, 2017

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Dear Reader, 
I have recently gone through a Journey. Or in the words of the wonderful Brene Brown, a “Spiritual Awakening.”
I would like to sum up that spiritual awakenings don’t just happen overnight – at least not for me. No this was a long and drawn out story, a story which I plan to tell in daily letters. I want to tell my story, to allow anyone out there who wants a good read, someone to pity or criticize, or just another empathetic soul out there for when they feel all alone. This collection of letters will include an update on my current day, something I need to put in the past, and then a prayer.
I will give a little bit of background story, so when I look back on this I can know where I was at in life. It is February 19, 2017, it is Sunday. I am currently in a group called Jefferson Oaks, which is an Intensive outpatient Program – which I have been to four times – and I will always refer to it as group. I am a recovering addict, I am addicted to just about everything – weed, drugs of all kinds, alcohol, sex, food, love, pineapples. I am currently zero days sober, but prior to today I was exactly a month sober. Im also diagnosed with Insomnia, ADHD, Bipolar Type II, Depression, Anxiety, and Borderline Personality Disorder. I just broke up with my serious boyfriend a month ago (Same day I got sober). And now im currently just working the program and the 12 steps, and just trying to live a sober, easy going life. 
Yours Truly, 
Ainsley

 


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