It is imperative that we as people come together to work on social issues that effect us all on a daily basis. To come together we must be able understand eachother’s individual experiences and how it affects us today.
To me, I assume around 90% of NSers live or have lived a privileged life. Privelaged as in never had to worry about their next meal, where they would have to sleep for the night, etc.
regardless of where you come from we all have moments in life that may be a struggle, may be tedious, overwhelming or just flat out hard to get a grasp.
I grew up up on an Indian reservation. Albeit I have seen way worse here and in other places. I’d say I’m pretty privileged for an American Indian, but in the general society i grew up in what would be considered an average class or “middle class” home. I have seen things 90% of you could never fathom exists.
from the beginning life has been a struggle but I’m in a much better place now. I won’t go into details
I want to know more about Your hard times in life and how it affects you. Even if it’s just a breakup, like I said its all in an effort to better understand eachother.
All I’d say is keep an open mind and don’t call out people who may want to share details they usually wouldn’t share. Also you don’t need to feel like you need to tell your whole life story if you just say sum like “bad breakup” that’s understandable