With two years of sobriety people think that I have it all together when in fact I’m just beginning. It’s easy for people to assume that everything’s taken care of and that I’m always camera ready, but in fact I wake up every day like everyone else. I have the same worries and fears that everyone does. I’m afraid of spiders. I’m afraid of changing my hair and hating it. I’m afraid of being vulnerable in front of the world. It’s scary that I may not get to the place where I wanna be with my music. I just pray that I get to use my voice to the fullest. The hardest part about working on myself is being honest with not only myself but everyone around me. Things like therapy and constantly staying in touch with people that have helped me get to the place where I’m in today, and I’m still facing these obstacles and these problems and getting through it the best way that I can. I’m a sister, I’m a daughter, I’m a warrior.
(Source: likeyouredimaggio, via harmonizinglovato)