I'm a 13 year old girl, I used to question my sanity. I used to get called bipolar, and I started to believe it. I used to cut myself, until I realized that it wasn't helping me in any way and it was hurting others around me. I have also attempted suicide. My parents ar
[More]e divorced, and i used to blame myself as the cause. I was harassed in 5th grade for my weight and how I acted. I used to think that I was depressed, and I used to have a hard time feeling happy, but it's finally all over.
I have an old account in which shows my moods, Rena331. I made a new account since that one has been inactive for quite a while, plus i lost the account. The smell of cigarette smoke makes me nauseous. I have a strange interest in mental disorders and sleeping disorders. My name is Sarena, and I like to draw and sing. I play piano, and I'm learning guitar and violin. I also write books and poetry. I'm creative but I lack attention.
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