I guess I consider myself a normal guy living and going to school in Colorado. I can be a bit reserved, quiet, but once you get to really know me, I can talk for hours :) I love to help people out and like to listen to others’ opinions and views, although I can’t stand those who are obnoxiously rude in these areas either. I’m always open to ask for help or advice or just to listen to. My life has been no bed of roses or one of a perfect nature.
I have had moments in my life where I was at my low. I have been bullied, I have been kicked when I was down, I have lost family to depression, to drugs, and other addictions. I have been addicted to drugs (Although probably not as bad as others), I have been addicted to porn/strip clubs/mags, that sort of thing, doing things that made me ignorant of the world around me, and honestly wanting to kill myself. Attempting a time or two. “Successfully failing!!” These experiences have increased my resolve to keep myself away these activities and help others in those situations. I never wish to feel like I did, or do the dumb shit I did again. I pushed past those things and “gladly” moved to Colorado. Recently, those things I put in the past have come back, but I am fighting them off with the help of really good friends, family, and a bit of spiritual help.It doesn’t help that I have anxiety as well. Just the irrational fear of something that consumes my life, and I want it to stop so I lean towards those things in my past that dulled the worry.
Moving to Colorado was the best thing that could have happened to me. I met friends who have saved me from killing myself more than once even if they don’t actually know it! I tried harder to stop old habits. I gained a more spiritual side of myself, and my life changed tremendously.
I also believe in God and Christ, and in repentance. I can tell you over and over again the influence that they have had in my life during both good and bad times. I have problems but like anyone else I work through them and continue to “hopefully” improve myself and help others along the way. I like to consider myself tolerant of others. Everyone has their own choice to do what they may, and I reserve that same privilege.
More might be added on later, but for now, that’s me :)