When I was little I thought I had a superpower. I could sense when things were going to go wrong, or something bad was about to happen. My success ratio was flawless. I thought I could see the future. I kept this knowledge to myself, because I knew, even at a young age, that I... Continue Reading →
It's a proven fact that a community can be sustained as long as the people continue to build each other up and continue to do so even when one person stuffs up in a major way. In a place of refuge (not escape) we hear each other out and help where we can.
It's usually hard to decide what core values you want to have in whatever you're doing, but I think faith has always played a very big part in everything we've done at Hope in Your Story so far. So it only makes sense that we give people the hope that helped us, by simply talking about what's helped us.
The problem was that people didn't get me and my mental illness made them doubt the credibility of my spiritual awakening.
Its easy to tell someone to fight like you mean it, but its another thing to talk about specific moments you chose to do that yourself.