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I have a long history of mental health.
When I was a child, my father took me on a trip to the woods, where we spent the night at a small cabin where he taught me to hunt.
He also taught me about life in general, and how to live with a chronic illness.
For me, that first year of living in the woods was like the start of a new life, a moment of clarity and clarity of purpose.
After years of working and spending time in the forest, I was determined to be better than I had ever been.
I started to write down my experiences and journal them.
I wanted to make sure that my story was the most relevant to my life today.
That was when I decided to start a blog.
The first posts were written in my journal, which I have since saved.
I wanted to tell my story to others who are suffering from mental illness.
I found the blog because of the support and support I received through the website.
When people were writing in their journals about their mental health, it gave me a chance to share my story.
I am also so grateful for my support system of family, friends, and fellow bloggers who are supportive and willing to share their stories and experiences with others.
What people are saying about me on the blog My journey to writing my story has been amazing.
Some people have commented on my posts, and others have shared their experiences with me.
It has inspired me to think about my experiences differently and to learn more about my own mental health so I can better manage my illness and how I cope with it.
I also hope to inspire others to be proactive in their own mental wellness.
My goal is to inspire other people to live their lives the way I have.
I have no plans to quit blogging or to stop working in the outdoors.
I do not have a plan to start my own business, either.
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