Today is day 11 in the hospital.
Today I went to my psychiatrist and we had a wonderful chat. I'm doing so well, and I'm proud of me and she's proud of me.
I want to talk about the things she and I talked about.
She asked me how I respond to questions about what I want to do with my life and I told her that this week is hard because my friends are graduating and that's what I was working so hard towards.
She reminded me that some of the most influential people haven't had college degrees. Ghandi did have a degree in law, but is that what he's known for? No, he's known for peaceful protest and nothing do to with his law degree.
Mother Teresa didn't have a college degree and look what she did. Princess Diana didn't have a college degree. Neither does Bono.
I just looked up those people to double check. And in doing so, I have realized how much I can do despite not having a college degree. I can prove that I can make a difference. I can move mountains. I can make people smile when they don't think they can. I will change things in this world for the better.
I have this aching urge to be a mother - and if I am meant to be a mother, that will work out. Until that works out (if it ever does), I will continue on my way to make a difference in the world.
France won the World Cup and all I got was a lesson in how to chill out - On Sunday I befriended a 20-year-old French kid named Etienne while sitting on the concrete railing of a walkway leading down to the Seine. We were gathere...
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