So I've been going through alot of older posts to see what I've missed and I have realized that in no way is my situation unique from anyone else's. See that tall brown building in my avatar photo? When I'm downtown that's my favorite place to go, to the top of that building. That's the Bank of America Tower. I used to go up there and watch all the little people down below while I was getting high. Now I go there alot while I'm on this site. Seeing all the people below kind of reminds me of the things I read that make up this one big site. A 2 am runner, a heroin user that wants to feel normal, a person in Canada that has the same problems that I do. I swear reading some of the things I read on hear remind me of the Mandela effect. Just because they are so similar to the feelings I have and the things that I think about myself. When I look at all the people or read all of the posts, it makes me greatful for the community and without everyone in it there would be no city, or website. I read a total of thirteen apologies in all before I decided to post this. There's no need to appologize for how you feel (myself included) because no one is alone in their struggles and to realize this encourages me and gives me strength to make it through the day knowing that someone before me made it through the day. And someone after me will also.