Jackie was a self-proclaimed “jerk” before she met her husband.
She’s not proud of some of the things she did, but over time it has helped make her who she is today and has positively impacted those around her.
In this blog post, we’ll explore 13 lessons Jackie learned from her story that you can apply to your life in order to find happiness and success!
Lesson One: You can change your life. Jackie changed her own character and learned to be nicer without being fake. This has given her a lot more happiness than she had before!
Lesson Two: Self-confidence is the key to success at work, in relationships, and so much else! When you feel bad about yourself.
It’s hard for others to believe in you too. Believe in yourself first by doing things that make you happy everyday (like yoga or cooking)
It will help lift up your mood while also making those around you happier as well.
Remaining lessons are coming soon lessons are coming soon remaining lessons are still forthcoming**still has a lot to say I am not telling my story for sympathy or attention.
I’m just trying to show what living with depression is like, and how cruel it can be.
It’s something that needs to be discussed openly, without shame or fear of judgment so lots of people who currently don’t know about this illness will hopefully come forward in their own lives too.
A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control found suicide rates in Montgomery County are on the rise, up from 11 suicides per 100,00 residents two years ago to 13 last year – an increase of 20%.
Coroner Dr Jonathan Lassen says there were 18 deaths involving drug overdoses between November 15th and December 31st alone .
more than during all of last year. My story is one of survival, and a testament to the power of hope for those who have lost it in this world.”
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free, confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800) 273-TALK or (88) 374-765/877 outside the United States).
The lifeline promises that all calls are answered by someone within two minutes. They also provide chat online services on their website where people can talk with other survivors.
If you find yourself engaging in suicidal thoughts then please call them immediately so they can help make things better before it’s too late!” “If I had known how much worse my life would get as time went on.