For this, I would have to say my little brother.
We have a 12 year age gap but he is honestly my best friend. To watch him grow and mature over this somewhat of a short time span has been fascinating in itself.
He has this amazing ability to crack a joke at any given moment, just to cheer someone up. For a 9 year old he has emotional intelligence way beyond his years & is always seeking out ways to help others, even when he is unhappy himself.
He has so many qualities that I wish I possessed but that just makes me love him even more ❤️
This is a question I get asked a lot & love to ask also.
So naturally you’d think that I would instantly be able to give an answer right?
My answer changes everytime I get asked this and my favourite film is heavily reliant on my my mood in that current moment.
The answer I will give today is ‘The Perks of being a wallflower’.
This film is honestly amazing, it really captures the way suppressed memories and childhood trauma can affect us later on in life without our realisation. It is a beautiful poetic film that helps you to realise that you’re not alone regardless of how alone you may feel. It’s pretty much the first encounter I’ve had with mental health issues & I found myself being able to relate to the protagonist, which I guess was pretty scary.
Everyone should watch this film at least once,you won’t regret it.
Best believe I sat here for 30 mins racking my brain on who to post for this.
In all honesty, I don’t think i’ve changed very much. The only thing that I can say I’ve noticed a change in, is my confidence.
Once upon a time I used to be a painfully shy girl, who used to care too much about what others think.
Although this version of me still exists so some degree, it’s not as bad as it once was.
I’m growing everyday; physically, mentally and spiritually and for that i’m thankful.