About Me: Female, 48, Birmingham, United Kingdom, member since Nov 2012
A woman in her Mid 40's who can't believe where the years are flying away to. I usually define myself by my parenting status or work role but thought I would avoid that for a change.
[More] So about me is this....I have discovered I actually love life and its not as hard to do as I thought it was during my 30's I have started allowing myself to be me and not enforcing others rules on myself. If I wanna do it I do it...and if not I don't lol...and that's okay with me. Migraines have ruled various times in my life as has depression.. but I am now kicking back and taking control of both of them. I still live with them in my life but manage them now rather than letting them control me.
I wish you all love, life and much happiness and remember what ever you give out you will get back two fold.
Take care and love yourself.
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