Sometimes I can't even remember when I felt good about myself. I think I am mourning for the person I use to be. I know she is dead and is not coming back. To be honest, I don't want her back, just maybe a few good qualities she had. I remember that she was a very positive person (maybe so positive she would make you sick). She was helpful to a fault. I know now that she wasn't "me". I don't really know who I am. I've always been whoever could survive the situation I was in. I'm ready to find out just "who I Am", "the real Me". How do I do that? Has anyone felt this way? How did you find the "real you" instead of the person you had to be to survive?
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