Modesty

Modesty

When I was catching up with my Mom last on the phone she had mentioned to me that there was something to be said about modesty online. She's speaking in reference to my first "The Boy From" post. I understand her viewpoint, that these blog posts are published online, and the majority of my following is family, but despite these valid points, I made myself a promise and I want to keep it. First off, this blog has been very therapeutic for me. A lot of my posts are written at the moment they are happening. I'll take out my phone and write them in my notes app or on a piece of paper, whatever I have handy. I have said it before and I'll say it again... when I was in my darkest moments of my depression and anxiety, struggling with my sexuality, I turned to the internet to find someone to relate to. I looked for people to confide in. I found YouTubers and bloggers who shared their story with their audience. Whenever I hear somebody else's struggles and triumphs which resonate with mine it gives me hope. So, despite what my lovely Mother said about modesty, I'm continuing to write these posts. Of course I'm not going to go into such detail as to turn this website into an erotic novel, however, anything significant enough to share about my journey, will be, because each post has a lesson for me to learn and if anyone else who is struggling with mental health, self-love, body image issues, their sexuality can relate to them then I've done what I set out to do. 

The Boy from Munich

The Boy from Munich

Farvel København!

Farvel København!