So, as you know if you read my other blog, I am triggered very harshly by the sounds of chewing (even if it's quiet)! My fiancé and I turn on the television when we eat together to drown out the chewing noises so I don't become manic.
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I would like to introduce myself by talking about something that happened last week in my hometown. A teacher committed suicide in her classroom by hanging herself. After reading the news article, I noticed a trend in the comments section. A lot of people were bullying the teacher. People were calling her selfish for hanging herself somewhere her students could find her. Before I get into all the politics of the situation, I want to send my condolences to my hometown and I want to especially send a message to the students who are suffering from this.
Thank you for reading my biography and my blog. My name is Arianna Dixon. I have been diagnosed with A-typical Bipolar Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. I’m a musician and writer with a wonderful, supportive family. I live with my upbeat, loving fiancé, Alissa, and our dogs, Bella, Jasmine, and Josie. As a child, I was told I was a very quiet, well-behaved girl. At age 8, I started to become what I am today: a well-educated, talented adult with goals, dreams, hopes, and a strange predicament that requires a daily, triple dose of effort.