"You can't please everyone, so just work on yourself."
Alright, I'm not really good at talking about myself, so here's the basics. I'm your typical nerdy girl from California. Though I'm quite unique and opinionated, sometimes my personality is an acquired taste. Though I'm not categorizing myself, I'm not like a lot of girls. And by not having any true friends, it has shown me that being different, really isn't as horrible of an ordeal as I portrayed it to be.
I am grateful for the very few loved ones that ARE in my life. I have a wonderful husband, John, whom I've been with for 6 years, and we have a very handsome 4 year old son, Kyler, who keeps me alive, when I feel dead. Their love and support have gotten me through the toughest obstacles that I have faced, and for that, I thank God for all that he's blessed me with.
A little over a year ago, my life changed when I was diagnosed with Bipolar II disorder. At the time I felt like my whole world came to a hault. Like I was the only one diagnosed with this disorder, and no one understood. But now after having it, and dealing with the issues I face every day, I have come to the realization that the world isn't going to wait for me. That I have to keep going, and keep trying to live my life, each day, to the fullest.
Now after being diagnosed, I'm yet again facing another trial in my life. At the moment I'm awaiting a reconsideration appeal for my SSI disability claim. While awaiting for my answer, I am unable to work due to "common sense" logic. So, until some sort of conclusion arrives, I'm stuck at home, bored out of my mind. Even Though I am attending various Dr. Appointments, and running errands, it doesn't seem to be enough to keep me occupied. Though the worst part is waiting, I'm being as patient as I possibly can, and hopefully soon, will have this weight lifted off my shoulders, and can go about my daily life as usual.
I am Bisexual. Though it's an issue with most people morally, I choose to not change myself for anyone, but myself. I am happy with my sexuality, and if that upsets anyone, I apologize, but I cannot help how God created me. As a Christian myself, (though I'm not really involved in religious activities), I find that judgment upon people is worse, than being who you are, whether that be, bisexual, lesbian, or even straight.
My husband has always been supportive of my choices. He doesn't consider my being Bisexual, and having a girlfriend, cheating. He knew I was Bisexual going into the relationship, and marriage. And has explained to me that he dated me, married me, and loves me for who I am, not who he can change. He also chooses not to get involved in what I decide to do when it comes to females. He feels it's my own personal business, and therefore, I basically have my own separate life with relationships involving women.