My work week is Friday to Monday, 8 p.
He was alone on a Colorado road riding that stupid motorcycle he just had to have. When he died, I felt like I died, too. I was diagnosed with manic depression and post-traumatic stress disorder shortly after my dad died on August 6,hit by a woman in a car.
His death left me numb and empty. Desperate to feel something—to feel anything—I resorted to cutting myself. I thought if I could feel the pain of sharp objects digging into my skin, then I was still alive.
Soon I was addicted to self-injury. My depression and my cutting became too much for what was left of my family.
My mother and brother seemed too distant to save me from my misery. I came to hate them, and in hating them, I felt more alone than before. My cutting grew more frequent. The people closest to me were weary of my ongoing battles, too. Get over it already!
I also saw how unfair it was to depend on my incredibly patient friends to clean up my messes. After years of trying to mend my grief by cutting, I was finally ready for the real process of healing to begin. But what would remaining quiet achieve? So I say to the world, I have depression, and I am a recovering cutter.
I want to live another day, because I believe that this scary, horrible, and yet awesome world is worth fighting for. And I hope that by telling my story I can help other people who share this addiction. Today, my smiles are sincere, my laughs genuine.
Today I am a new girl, a phoenix reborn from the ashes of all of the tragedy and struggle that had been my life. Today I believe I am alive.
And Dad, wherever you are now, know that I love you. Dani Weathers is a charismatic human specimen, but she still has demons of her own. She is a sophomore studying English at Ohio State University.
Weathers aspires to be a future teen fiction author, but for now she is content with learning to reenjoy life with her friends, family, and her four wonderful cats.Coping with chronic, rare, and invisible diseases and disorders (and disabilities) • Rare and undiagnosed diseases.
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