Fighting a losing battle

It’s as soon as people see how bad we have become from fighting these losing battles they want to know you, by then you’ve already learned to be your own cheering crowd. What I mean by a “losing battle” is in a sense of a metaphor, in a sense of how ever better we manger to convince ourself we are becoming, that foreboding, looming fear that it will go back to how it was remains, and that’s a factor anyone who suffers similarly to me will understand. And it’s always the same. I won’t sugar coat it for anyone, what would be the point. It would only lead to disappointment when finding out the harsh reality.

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4 thoughts on “Fighting a losing battle

      1. I relate to this so much. People will always tell you they are there but when they see how bad things are they tell you they can’t handle it and leave. It’s like you can’t rely on anyone but yourself. And you are right, people don’t understand it unless they have been there. You did an amazing job on this post.

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