When I approached Mitch I felt like a broken person. I had been secretly battling depression for a few years and I was emotionally numb. On the outside, I put my best, most extroverted self forward so that I could maintain normalcy in my life but down inside I felt like an emotional wasteland. I was closed off, no self-esteem to speak of and lacky and sort of confidence in myself. I struggled to make emotional connections.
What I loved the most was that Mitch didn’t save me - he was honest and gave me the means so that I could help myself. It’s empowering.
Two months have passed since then and though I still have a long way to go, I’m happier than I’ve been in two years. And people notice it too.