We walk around everyday seeing people, sometimes judging people, reacting to people but we really don’t know what it’s like to walk in their shoes.
People ask me so what do you have what’s it like because they look at me and think I look fine and look the same. Sometimes they react why am I not doing something or have opinions on things, when in reality there is a reason for why I am not doing something, or why I want to sleep or take a nap in the middle of the day or why I have to always eat, etc.
This is a glimpse of what it’s like to walk in my shoes…
Imagine your vision being extremely light sensitive and not adapting to light or when you see objects, on top of that sometimes going blurry all of sudden.
Imagine that also you feel “out of your body”, your circulation isn’t full and you have a hard time squeezing your arms, like your floating.
Imagine that you always feel like you are experiencing dejavu and feel like you are in a dream and the world and everything around you seems unfamiliar to you most of the time.
Imagine that almost 24 hours a day you see stars as if you were light headed
Imagine that also you get so spacey and brain foggy it scares you and are not clear and aware, like you almost lost your sense of space
Imagine that sometimes your adrenals go on overload and your body gets speedy all of sudden for no reason.
Imagine that sometimes you can’t feel your body against the bed, your eyes go in and out and you are spacey and foggy
Imagine that you see white flashes/lights all the time and you have no idea why
Imagine also your muscles don’t feel strong and weak a good amount of time
Imagine also your emotions being unbalanced as a result of the above.
Also imagine that as this all changed in one day you wake up everyday hoping, praying, believing, thinking, that it’s all going to change back in one day and you will feel strong, happy and healthy again.
That’s a glimpse of what it’s like to walk in my shoes these days.
BTW I am not writing this to complain, I am writing this for my own clarity and give perspective for people before they jump to conclusion about somebody.