A little bit about my past…

I just had to share Ally’s story – it’s so inspirational!


So those of you who are following me recently probably don’t know a whole lot about my story so I thought it would be helpful for those of you interested to get to know me better!

So I’m 18 currently almost ready to graduate from high school, and I can not wait. These past 4 years have not been the most pleasant, cheerful years of my life…These years have been a rough road through hell to put it quite bluntly…

I grew up in a very nice, wealthy neighborhood and was sheltered from everything bad in the world by living in this perfect bubble of mine. I was raised a catholic, and grew up in catholic school. I was bound to succeed and be as perfect as the quaint world around me..right? Well, unfortunately that isn’t how things turned out. At the end of my freshman year of high school…

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About celestedimilla

Hey there. I’m Celeste, California girl, writer, psychotherapist and burgeoning plant-based foodie.
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4 Responses to A little bit about my past…

  1. What a strong young lady! Her story is a testament to people’s ability to overcome obstacles and change on a fundamental level. And kudos to her parents as well. It could not have been easy watching their baby go down such a self-destructive path. It seems strength runs in their family.

    • Thank you for reading Ally’s story cowgirl. I’ve been following her blog for some time and never even knew what she had been through. She is definitely an inspiration! Celeste:)

  2. Great story – than you for sharing. Ally’s story is quite inspiring.

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