I still have hope.

It felt like a dark cloud was over my head for a few days. I wasn’t doing my normal routine. I stopped engaging with my blogging community. I was hardly eating and I was constantly feeling fatigue.

My thoughts were all over the place, I was slowly losing myself.
I would sit in the corner of my room crying for no reason.


I am surrounded by love, so what was my problem?
I couldn’t find the answer, no matter how hard I looked.


I felt like I was out of time,
I’m 20 years old and can’t find any of my achievements.
I was putting myself in depression for no reason,
just because I couldn’t be patient with life.


I am blessed but didn’t realize.
I have a Mother and Aunt, who would sacrifice their lives for me.
I have a boyfriend who constantly showers me with love and affection.
I am in my second year of University with the help of my parents.
I have friends and lecturers who care for my wellbeing.
I have a life.
I am living.
I need to learn how to appreciate the small things in life, sometimes they are the best.



The sunlight was beautiful, but I only noticed the rain. The flowers were beautiful, but I only saw the ones that were dying.

My Bird, Baracka
My Fishes, My aunt is going to clean their tank today.

So, I still have hope.
I still believe.
No depression or anxiety attacks are going to ruin my life.
I’m going to enjoy the simple things.
I’m going to enjoy life.

13 Comments Add yours

  1. Speak it into being and try not to dwell on the negative. We all go through a phase like this and it’s all up to us to determine how we’ll get out of it.

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    1. That’s what I did. I hated the feeling, so I got up and gave myself a motivational speech

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  2. Jessica says:

    One thing about those 20’s is that they’ll always have you feeling like you’re supposed to have everything together. Girl I’m 27 and still trying to get it together! You’re doing great! Stay in school! Finish! Don’t be discouraged ❤️ Sometimes goals seem unreachable when we get impatient but keep in mind that God’s time isn’t our time. Great Post as always !! I appreciate the realness of your post !!
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    1. Thank you so much💥💥

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      1. Jessica says:

        You’re welcome ❤️

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  3. So powerful, I’m so glad you can still see hope 💕💕💕

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  4. arun says:

    Keep going girl. Love the resilience in you.

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    1. Thank you ☺☺☺🌺

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  5. Lauren says:

    Thank you for sharing such personal thoughts!

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  6. wwwshenika says:

    I won’t leave the normal clichéd responses; I know how it is… just happy that you’ve found your way back to a functioning place of peace and acceptance.

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    1. I’m really happy too, because the feeling was awful

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