I have been living with post-traumatic stress disorder for six months.
It’s been a terrifying six months, and the highs and lows of life have been staggering.
After being out of the public eye for nearly a decade, I decided I wanted to do something to help others.
I started working in the film industry as a director.
I was lucky to get a job with an established studio and an agent, but it was hard.
When I was out of my comfort zone, I was a total wreck.
It was the first time in my life that I ever felt so lonely and isolated.
I had to work with people who knew me, who I loved, and who I cared about.
I could not have done it alone.
And after years of living a lie, I started to believe that I had the answer.
I decided to try to fix my depression.
I tried yoga, meditation, and other therapies.
I also went back to the movies and worked with the cinemas.
I did it, and I was so grateful for what I did.
Then I met the person I had been so worried about: a woman who had lost everything.
She was also a cinematographer, and she shared a story with me.
She said that in her past, she felt depressed for a while and that she was a victim of domestic abuse.
So, for the first two years of my life, I tried to fix her depression.
The first two months of my treatment, I went back home to work, and it was the worst experience of my entire life.
I lost my job, my relationship with my family, and my friends.
The last two months, I had a breakthrough.
I finally felt free to go home and let myself go.
It’s taken me a long time to heal, but I’m finally going to find peace.
My story is the story of an ordinary woman who came to me and said, “Please help me.
I’ve been so lonely for so long.”
It’s about how you can feel loved and loved for who you are.
You can’t be loved by someone who can’t love you.
It will be easier to let go of your pain and anger.
If you want to be loved, you have to feel loved, too.
The best thing you can do is be happy.
I am so grateful to have been able to be here to share the truth with you.
Thank you for reading this article.
I love you!