Joined 8 years ago
Life has thrown me many curve balls. When I was young I was molested by my cousins. My best friend’s house burned down when I was 16. His Great grandmother died in the fire. That on top of my home life sent me to a hospital for depression. Then I fell in love with a guy from school, probably because he treated me better than anyone ever did. Then later that year I got kicked out of school and I swallowed a bottle of pills and survived. I went to therapy for a while, but my father toke me out because he thought I was okay. By 17 my father kicked me out, to live with my aunt. She made me dress formal all the time, be a nanny to her four children, and a maid. She made me a stronger person. My father never let me stand up for myself. She was a bitch, but I guess a little rubbed off on me. My boyfriend's mother was my aunt's best friend. They never let us see each another. So, when my father asked me to move back in. My boyfriend and snuck around to see each another. Then he broke my heart, because he wanted someone he could bring home to his parents. Then I moved out again, staying where I could. My best friend stuck by me through all of this. His family let me live with them. Then I moved with my best friend and his mother to a bigger city. I became really good friends with his mother. I looked up to her. She had had such a rough time in life. Two divorces, three grown children, and she was still gone back to college and was almost down. She was my role model. I loved her. Well, I met a guy. We all moved out and got our own places. I got engaged. She killed herself November 2, 2009. I broke down I left my fiancé, stopped cleaning, stopped everything. They person I looked up to was gone. She was so intelligent and she had the greatest sense of humor. I thought if she thought it was such a great idea to end her life, I should too. I wanted to be just like her. I loved her. I missed her so much. I saw my best friend shortly after his mother left this world, and told me that he's tired of dating stupid girls. He wants to date someone who is smart, funny, pretty, and someone who actually gets him. Then he turned to me and said that's you.
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