Success Story of an “antisocial personality disorder” Client
I passed this trial of pain and agony because I was only looking at one side of the picture because I was stuck in a tunnel vision and, this journey wasn’t easy for my family and all the people who got linked to me throughout this hard journey and of course it wasn’t easy for me either. As the saying goes “if you want something that you have never had, you have to do something you have never done”.
I remember my first day at hero health care, it made me feel anxious and stressed about how I could stay indoors for a few months without even going outside for anything. As the days progressed and I started getting used of everything at hero health care I started feeling how much I had hurt my family and others in my environment. I realized I had broken my family’s trust but with the help of my mentors and the people I give most of the credit to for making me realize that we are humans we are prone to make mistakes at one or another point of our life. They also taught me that it’s okay to make mistakes, but a good human Is someone who accepts his mistakes and learns from those mistakes and never repeats those mistakes ever again in his whole life. I remember that my mood swings we so swear that I was ready to go to any extent to hurt myself and the people around me.
As months passed by, I started feeling caged up and I would start crying at times because I had started losing hope that that there was no solution left except suicide. I remember it was a really depressing day and I was crying, and my mentors came and sat down with me and held my hand which made me feel a bit relaxed. They told me that God had great things in store for me after I just felt like there was no way out of this disease and they also told me that God only puts those people up for trial who he loves the most. After some time passed by, I started enjoying doings things but mostly my motivation would only last a few days but with help from ma’am Sahrish (may God keep her happy all her life) and Sir Hassaan (may God keep him happy all his life) I started developing skills that I was lagging for example: self-motivation, anger management, stress management, self-diagnosis and other life skills one would need to survive in the outside world. After that I started feeling confident. I realized that throughout this journey my family always supported me and fulfilled all my desires that were right plus I gained their trust back. In this journey I gained the trust of everyone at hero health care, and I am proud of this achievement. One of my biggest achievements is that I completed my education till bachelor’s in business at hero health care. Hero health care played one of the key roles in making me who I am now.