Thoughts On A Letter I Wrote To Myself Last Year

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So, about a year ago, I wrote a letter to myself that I thought I would respond to it in five years but my life changes too much to wait for that long so doing it yearly here is last year letter:

I bet this one won’t be easy to write, but I’m going to do it anyway. I’m at the moment in my life where I have a lot of paths that I can take, but I don’t know which the best for me. So, my first question is which route did you end up choosing? Hopefully, you have a better relationship with your mum and learn to open up.

Hey, did you finally managed to get hormones and do you feel any better? Have you changed your mind about love and relationships? Or maybe who knows you have a partner? Boy just remind yourself that you’ll be fine either way. Is your dog still alive? I hope she’s even if she is 13 already. I know you would miss her. Do you have more friends or you still lack in that department? Please send a text to them to see how they are doing. How is your sister doing? Have you spoken to her lately?

I hope you’re still healthy and happy have less anxiety than what you have now. Are you still blogging you? You better be since you recently blog every day? Do you have the same job? Or you managed to get a job in writing or blogging? You currently have 360 followers; did that get any better? I hope it did for your sake because you do work hard on it.

Past Alex to future and hopefully better,


I still remember all the emotions while writing this post and going back to it, I think I have some answers now. As when it comes to hormones, hopefully, I will get the go-ahead to start from my endocrinologist next month. I have been trying to learn to open up more. It’s still hard to think about getting in a relationship or being in love with someone.

Re-reading this letter reminded me that I’m okay with being single. Well, my dog passed last month, and I miss her every day, and I still lack in the meeting new people department. My sister and I are closer, I think. I made a friend Matthew, and you guys will meet them if they don’t forget to answer the questions, I sent them.

My health isn’t excellent, but I’m living and still learning to deal with my anxiety. I still have the same job because sadly, I haven’t found a writing job. Here is something I can’t believe, but I’m so grateful for is that today the day I’m writing this I reached 1,000 followers, and it’s time for me to plan a giveaway so keep an eye out for that. Growing up, I’ve been told that I can never be a writer, so you the one reading and liking my posts are the ones that make my day.


8 thoughts on “Thoughts On A Letter I Wrote To Myself Last Year

  1. Congratulations on 1000 followers! I am really sorry for your loss… even though I have never owned a dog, I can imagine the pain you went through.


  2. Congrats on the 1000 followers – and don’t listen to anyone who says you can’t be a writer. That’s a ridiculous thing to say. Losing a dog is really tough, sorry to hear that. I hope everything else works out.


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