Shams, I met you a couple of months ago. I fell in love with you shortly after. We got along so well, I made you laugh and so did you. You made me happier than I have been. I was always there for you when you got accepted into college and when you liked that
Dear Mom, You, are the best thing that ever happened to me. You are really the only reason that I exist. Not just biologically, but mentally. You are the only person I can depend on. Yesterday I told you a deep very personal secret. I told you that I had a depression and anxiety problem.
Katie, I know you probably don’t understand, or you tell me you do and then try and figure it out on your own, but I don’t either. Growing up I always told myself I would never give anyone a second chance. Why? I don’t know, maybe because even then I knew I had a lot
I am so tired. mentally, and physically. My generation has so much pressure to grow up fast. Already I am 16, a sophomore, and my mother is taking me on college tours. Already, I am 16, and not a virgin. How did this all happen? When was my Innocence lost? I just want to be
To My Marine, I have known you for seven years now, and they have been the most amazing seven years of my life. I still remember talking to you on the phone that one night when I met you and just laughed at everything you said. You were one of the funniest people I had
You know, I stood up for you as a kid, and as a teen, and now as a young woman. I did everything I could to be a positive influence for you, to be a great big sister. But you still find ways to make everyone around you, including your family, feel awful about themselves.