When you struggle with Mental Illness there are days when YOU are okay but your body shows signs of exhaustion.
Inside you are cheerful and glowing, but those who don’t know you see scars from the days you’ve spent buried under a pile of sadness, using the only tool you know to get out.
It feels better than the emotional struggle you can’t understand.
Recently my friend Kim experienced what it feels like to have her wounds brought to the attention of not only those shopping with her, but those in line around her, when a clerk directly asked about her cuts.
How does someone struggling with mental illness and understanding their own cycle respond?
And she did.
But what if she hadn’t?
That’s not Kim.
So this, my dear friend, is for you.
You handle yourself with distinction, hilarity, and alway take life with a grain of salt.
We are here with you, jumping in once you’re done.
Oh no she di…int
Notice the incredible height, chasing a toddler all day makes her agile and quick like a ninja (it also doesn’t hurt that she sleeps with Chuck Norris).
Also, note the size of her boobs. They have increased, largely because of her meds.
The fear on the cashier’s face is due to her frightening fangs that have developed after months of munching on ice cream and cake, she also might be drooling.
There are no reports of charges having been laid as a result of this attack.