Don’t think I’ve ever felt what happiness feels like until a couple of months ago.
Born into a “benefits family” single mum 4 kids council estate constantly being denied of simple opportunities all of my life (such has holidays, summer activities, having “branded” clothing, school trips, family day outs, having a nice house ect) having people look down on me and making comments about me being “poor” becoming left out and a pawn for snide comments to make people feel superior.
Now that happiness is in my own hands... im moving into a 3 bedroom house with a drive and a conservatory in fulwood... been on many holidays... always getting out of preston whenever the opportunity occurs, treat myself to nice things, gained new hobby in the outdoors, have an amazing group of friends who understand where I come from and don’t judge me for it, currently getting driving lessons (going really well, will of saved up enough for ma fiat 500 when jan comes) and lastly literally heading into the career in what I’ve wanted to do my whole life. Got a 2.2 in ma first year this can only be improved. I have a brilliant job working with adults with learning difficulties and gaining experience in the animal industry.
Doesn’t matter what your background is. I come from nothing and is becoming something. 0 privilege and have had to work so hard to even make something in this harsh world. If you’re luckily enough to have 2 parents that work and love you, you are born into privilege.
You make ur own happiness and some people have to work harder than others. Teachers aren’t joking when they say you can become whatever you want. You just have to get out there and work your ass off for it.
ALSO HEALTHY MIND = HEALTHY HAIR LOL