What I have learned about me.
I love who I am and make no apologies to anyone.
When you see me, you see the real me: the good, the bad and the not so good. So when you love me, you accept and love all of me.
When you have me as a friend, I am your friend for life and I have your back.
I am not perfect and I do not strive to be. It is am impossible task for me and I use my energy to perfect the areas that I am proficient in and learn things I currently have little or no knowledge about.
I try to love everyone with the love of God because my human love fails.
I am a Precious human being, created by the almighty God.
I am Persistently Pursuing my Passion to be a Peer to Specialist in Mental Health and AOD because everyone needs and deserves a hand up.
I am a Mental Health advocate because I am tired of stigma attached to it. My job is to educate people so they do not continue to stigmatize people who are just like everyone else without a mental illness.
Bipolar does not define who I am. There are no two people with bipolar who are the same, just as no two people without mental illness are the same. We are all unique individuals with a lot to give.
We all love and desire to be loved. We need and want to be needed. We appreciate and want to be appreciated. We understand and want to be understood. We hear and want to be heard.
We are just as proud of ourselves as anyone else.
Above all that I am, I AM UNIQUELY ME
love to all,
pb aka peanut butter