Letter#2 - Josh Eusebio Psych Letter Something that has...

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Josh Eusebio Psych Letter February 12, 2014 Something that has affected me A defining moment in my life was when my mom was diagnosed with depression, and major anxiety problems. This is such a complicating event that two pages would not be enough to fully explain what was going on. The most important part though was that this hurt me in ways that are unimaginable. I lost hope in God, and I just started to really hate the world and everything else. I was really joyless and just hopeless. This just led me down a winding road that led me into being lost and in places I never thought I would be, whether it would dishonesty, alcohol abuse, or anything else that went against everything I believed in prior to my moms difficulties. I was on this self-destructive path that only dragged me down farter and farther and the more I struggled the more angry and disappointed I would get. It was this time (I forgot to add this was my junior year in high school) where I lost myself completely and just had no idea what to do. Another long
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Unformatted text preview: story short I met my girlfriend who must be an angel. She showed me a way out to this place and it was through God. Now I had prior knowledge about God who he was, what he did, and how it affected us. But I never gained a relationship that I so desired. In this time of stress, anger, and madness I was able to feel a presence in my life that lifted me up and comforted me when I needed it most. Im not saying I was a loner, or that I had no friends because I did, and they all supported me because a few of them knew, but there was something about God that was so much more impactful. He met me in a place where only he could meet me, and he lit this fuse in my heart that blasted me off of my own destructive path that I created, onto this new place that was filled with things I could only pray about. This is a really short essay for an extremely important part of my life but that is the basic summary of what has changed me. I hope it made sense....
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  • Fall '09
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  • Psychology, 2002 albums, 2008 singles, 2006 singles, Josh Eusebio

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