Who are you?

It’s ok to be you. It’s ok to be different, and feel differently. There is no “normal”. The more we try to fight our own nature to fit in, or to conform to someone else’s idea of how/who we should be, the more damaged we become.

Today, I saw this posted on a friend’s timeline on Facebook:

I was told today that I can only know myself through someone else, I guess I’ll never know who the F$#?k I am.

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Chronic {Invisible} Illness – How to cope with intolerance; and what “well” people should know.

“How to deal with assholes the behavior of others when we can barely function, is a life skill we’ve had to learn the hard way.”

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