Love and accept yourself.
Easier said than done.
Being diagnosed with Alopecia Universalis (an auto-immune condition which results in the loss of body and head hair) at the tender age of nine months, getting bullied and teased in school, having to carry the burden of not telling my parents, people assuming I've got cancer, mean girls starting up rumours that I've got leukaemia with only 6 months to live (and this was quite recent), leaving everything; job, friends and family behind to start fresh in the UK only for it to turn out badly, hoping to be accepted, betrayal of trust, learning to trust again, losing hope.......
It has been a very difficult journey.
You know what's sad? I have been in the UK for almost a year and a half now and I have not made any friends. It's hard when you don't go out much. The only ones I have made are all from indie biz, which I am very thankful for. Thank you all for taking the time to read my blog and to offer a few kind words....I appreciate it more than you know.
The reason why I am telling you all this is not to gain sympathy, but just to share my thoughts for the day and also for you to understand my art journal entry.
thanks for reading.