I am an average, everyday jemorrhea sufferer.
My body has a natural resistance to taking drugs.
I’ve never felt a need to inject myself with something or to inject anything, but it’s been my natural instinct.
I’ve had a hard time accepting that the best thing for me is to avoid using my own skin.
The most recent drug I’ve taken is a benzodiazepine called Xanax.
As I’ve gained weight, my stomach has grown and I’ve developed the habit of eating food from a bowl of food in front of the TV, which has led to a significant weight gain.
It has also made me feel that I need to change how I live, which is a bit scary.
When I was younger, my father was always the first person to give me any money.
I had to work at the farm because my dad was always hungry.
My mother used to always say that if I wasn’t working I’d have to beg for money from her, so I worked my way up.
Living on the streets has given me a lot of confidence, because I don’t have to hide from people.
At first, I thought I’d just move into a home or a park and make some money.
But now, I live in a big house with a big garden and my mum takes me out to see the sunset.
I haven’t had any problems at all, I just haven’t lived in my own home for a while.
Jemor is a very lonely place.
For a lot, the best part about living here is the feeling of community.
Some people have been very supportive, but a lot are not.
In the past couple of years, there has been a lot more work being done in the community and it has created a lot closer connections.
There are a lot people living here, but there are also a lot who have lived on the street for a long time and they don’t feel comfortable in their own home.
A lot of people are trying to move here to get away from it.
They feel like they have nowhere else to go.
On a recent morning, I met some of the people who have been living on the block for a few years.
They said they are tired of being in their homes and they are trying something new.
But there are still people who are living in the street.
They have a lot to learn, and I’m looking forward to sharing my experience with them.