Author has written 2 stories for Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, and Danny Phantom.
"Everybody is the hero of their own story and the villain of another's."
I've always kind of felt a little lost in the world. I don't mean that like I can't seem to do anything right or life is a struggle, it's actually the exact opposite. School and jobs have always come easily and I had a very polished childhood with nothing to complain about family-wise. The people around me have never made much sense and I want to understand them but can't make the connections. That's one of the reasons why I love reading so much. Everybody has a specific reason for doing specific things and has perfect logic.
I was very depressed and cynical for several years. I also hurt myself. And everybody thought that they had the right to judge me or pretend that they understood, falsely telling me that they could help me through my "problem". What problem? They all treated me like I was sick and in their perspective I guess I was. And for the longest time I hated them. I didn't understand them and they didn't totally understand me. An then I realized something very important:
I really didn't care anymore.
I didn't want to commit suicide or anything dramatic like that, but I also wasn't going to go out of my way to try and get to know somebody. I was just going to let the story unravel on it's own.
Life hasn't gotten better, but it also hasn't gotten worse- I don't think it ever will. It would still rain whether I had a good day or not. Life doesn't change at all. Just your perspective.