Do they only need you when they’re down? Could you rely on them to listen and advice when you needed them?
My anxiety stemmed from low self-esteem which I never realized until recently. Things as simple as answering the phone, door or walking into a room of people. I don’t want to learn how to walk into a room and introduce myself because it scares the shit out of me.
I’ve met homeless people that have an Oxford degree, it really can happen to anyone. Don’t just awkwardly avoid their eye contact. Sit down and chat, they probably have much more interesting things to say than Facebook.
I only feel really creative 50% of the time and the other 50% is spent dwelling over the fact that I don’t feel creative.
I couldn’t ask for much more in my life at the minute either. I’m lucky to even have the opportunity of education, I have a supportive family, and a roof over my head, so why do I sometimes feel dissatisfied?
I over-think everything, I love music, clothes and people. I want to dance around the world.
One of the many things I love about Bristol is you can walk down the street with a camera and never stop finding things to take photos of. It’s not quite the same in London.
I wanted to write down prices and take photos of the charity shops we found the clothes in, in attempt to prove to everyone you can get the same stuff you buy in department/vintage stores whilst donating to charity, for a fraction of the price. It was an off day and we found virtually nothing but these things happen, maybe next time.
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