About Me: Male, 35, Utica, NY, member since Mar 2013
Not sure where to start, but I dont want to live angry and miserable for the rest of my life. I want to live in peace with myself and my past. I want to be happy, healthy, free of guilt and no regrets when I look back on my life in 50 years. I have a daughter, a co
[More]llege degree in Mechanical design and drafting worked in the field until the economy tanked in '08. Now I am working on my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering.
Also writting an autobiography but realize I have to heal from trauma and repercieve many things about myself and the world I live in before it can deliver the correct message and have an ending of peaceful resolve.
"My mother is now 51 and only just started going back to the doctors. Due to a move and transferring medical files. Apparently she said it was 812 at 135 lbs. That sounds high to me but I don't know anything about it. It has been about 4..."
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