I have maintained the anonymity of my real identity not just because I am a liar. I am a liar, but I also thoroughly ruined my life to the point where the anonymity is necessary because there are certain people who are very angry with me who I do not want to have contact with while I am trying to recover from addiction and try to make some sort of effort to be a decent human being. I have faced the very real ramifications of a life spent back and forth on the streets and in houses funded by unsavory methods. I desire the anonymity because there are certain friends I have that are very unsavory characters, who want to kick my *** for lack of a better word. I faced all the situations in this story minus actually having to hurt anyone. I wrote about that as a way to get justice in a fictional way, and get out repressed rage when what really happened was I had to turn the other cheek and feel like a coward because I walked away instead of standing up for myself.
4 responses to “The reason behind the anonymity”
I really like your transparency is refreshing ✨
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I am trying, and appreciate that, it made me smile and means more than you even know, I used to be a gigantic liar, con-artist really, trying to recover from a life of crime, addiction and debauchery… this is the most honest I have ever been, and it is saving my life, in recovery from heroin, meth, crack, cocaine, alcohol, reds, blues, alcohol, and struggling with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder. I am a lunatic.
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“One cannot always tell what it is that keeps us shut in, confines us, seems to bury us, but still one feels certain barriers, certain gates, certain walls. is all this imagination, fantasy?”
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