I've Never Seen A Strong Person With An Easy Past | by Jay Shetty

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“Mental and emotional health involves living from the inside out rather than the outside in” – Judith Johnson
“The sign of a beautiful person is that they always see beauty in others.” —Omar Suleiman.
“The happier you are the more beautiful you become.” – Unknown

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Jay Shetty I’m Jay Shetty - a storyteller, podcaster & former monk. My vision is to make wisdom go viral in an accessible, relevant & practical way. Check back for my videos that are posted each week on the topics of motivation, wisdom, love and relationships.

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  1. When I was growing up I didn’t have a father figure. My mom worked early late so my uncle had to watch me. He was married into the family and both mentally and physically abusive. Constantly yelling at me for being small because I was born 8 weeks early something I couldn’t control. I was also moved between schools due to bullying because I was small. Actually got physically injured from bullying a few times. When I was 9 my mom got married and we moved to a city like area, it took me 3 years to call my new dad dad. I still experienced bullying through middle school to the point I failed every class in middle school. But in freshman year of high school my wrestling and football team who’ve known me for years gave me an award for being strong and kind to everyone always being helpful. They started standing up for me and it almost made me cry. I had also started gaining muscle and played varsity wrestling and 9th grade football. My sophomore year, 10th grade, I had gotten a head injury in my last foot ball game and wasn’t allowed to wrestle that year when coach had said I could make it to nationals that year. In addition a good friend of mine had drowned. Junior year I had finally recovered from my year long concussion and was looking forward to wrestling that year. But I had slipped on ice and gotten another concussion concluding that I would never get to play a contact spot again. In addition I had lost my first ever friend that I’ve known since 4th grade to depression and my teams where starting to stop talking to me for they had thought I gave up on the sports. Shortly after my close friends girlfriend who I was friends with also lost her fight against depression. They where amazing people, and never showed signs of depression. I’m in my senior year and currently aside from COVID nothing bad has happened. I’m beating down anxiety and finally making my way out of my own depression. There’s a kind girl I’m talking to who’s been through just as much as me and I’ve secretly had a crush on her for 6 almost 7 years now. We are friends and hopefully I can end this year on a good note.

  2. i stop to care about people because people and family use me, sin i decise to work online, and to have only 3 good friends and stick whit them and to do volunteer non but only for children in hospital, old people or animals, but i get tired of meet new people, i go get ptsd and anxiety after all the crap i get, if someone ask a number i say i don't remember , i don't care to meet new people i have my 3 best friends and volunteer and my kitty; fuck other people.