finding my therapy

6 February 2018

When I was younger I went to see a councillor, but I pretty much remember them saying that it wasn’t counselling, they were basically explaining to me how my mind works, why we do the things we do, and think the things we think. It was almost like school, or like reading a self-help book. I remember feeling like I was stupid and like they just felt sorry for me. But that was just the last thing I wanted, of course talking about what I was going through helped, and I think that was the only thing that did then. I definitely feel like it was worth my time but I wish I discovered what I have now then. A few years ago I discovered the gym, I’ve been here, there and everywhere therefore I never stuck with one gym, didn’t exercise for a year or so but this year I felt like that needed to change. Not so long ago now, I gave up figure skating, pretty much when I started uni. When I was younger I’d go skating 3 or 4 times a week, it was the best and the only sport for me. That’s honestly what kept me fit, but it never ever felt like exercise. It felt just like I was doing something I had fun doing and I loved doing. Anyway I’ve recently got back into exercising and going to the gym and I know I’ve only been at it for a week or so, but I honestly see a difference with my moods, I feel a lot more positive about life, going to work etc, I’ve even gone to the gym before work this week, and if you know me at all you know that’s not easy for me! I find a lot of things un-motivating but this is not one of them. And in that way I think I’ve found my therapy.


top - zara
joggers - zara
shoes - yeezys
hat - asos
bag - comme des garçons
socks - a cold wall

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