I was labelled a slow-learner, OCD, ADD, and as having an anxiety disorder. Fitting in at school and at jobs is and was difficult. But I am hell-bent on proving to myself and others that we are all capable of managing our 'outside-the-box' selves and becoming effective and fully-functional human beings.
I'm on Steemit posting about what I am passionate about, and that is changing things I am dissatisfied with, about myself and the world around me, but I learned quick that it mostly starts with myself.
I am documenting my self-change by publishing raw and vulnerable content about the challenges I face and how I walk through them. I feel this type of intimacy is missing within human interactions, which can make us feel less-human. The more 'human' (if I can define that as what I see as human potential, as kind, considerate, compassionate and empathetic beings capable of creating a better world than what we see) we can be, the more we will see change in ourselves, our worlds, and thus the world around us.
I have learned so much about myself by walking this process, such as the fact that I have tons of interests and can be quite intrigued, expressive, disciplined and motivated, things I never believed about myself years ago. It's amazing how we can trap ourselves within our own self-definitions and within how we speak and define our words.
Come visit my blog and check out a girl that is putting herself out there for real. This is me, who I am, and what I stand for!
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