MENTAL GHOSTS {ALL WAY} // ERIC SAJBAN


THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING!


BRIEFLY, HERE IS MY GOOD FRIEND ERIC! IF YOU FOLLOW MENTAL GHOSTS, YOU WILL GET TO KNOW THIS FUNNY, PASSIONATE, & MOTIVATING DUDE.


- HE WANTS TO GO A STEP FURTHER AND HELP INDIVIDUALS WHO NEED SOMEONE TO LISTEN TO THEM TALK, HE CALLS IT "ALL WAY".


ALTHOUGH HE IS NOT A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL, ERIC IS ONE I TRUST WITH 100% OF WHAT I HAVE AND HE HAS PROVEN HIMSELF OVER AND OVER WITH STABILITY & STRENGTH. HE WILL BE THERE TO ALWAYS LISTEN AND GIVE YOU HIS TIME.


LOVE YOU ERIC! HERE IS HIS STORY...

Mental Ghost Blog – Part One


Intro: Hello everyone that is visiting Mental Ghost today. My name is Eric Sajban. I am writing today to introduce myself to the Mental Ghost Community, so here it goes. I was born in 1993 and was raised in West Milford, New Jersey and after living a “normal” childhood I picked up changed my life for the best. I grew up with 2 sisters, myself being the middle child.


My parents, Tom and Karen who just celebrated 33 years of marriage back in October. My family has a group chat that does not die down one bit. I talk to my father every morning at 730am to talk about our day (he is still in NJ so time difference).


I still have amazing friends that I still talk and see today from kindergarten. I was a High school Athlete and was lucky enough to play some College baseball. Life was good in North Jersey.


I must admit, you will not catch me living there ever again but I love saying “I am from New Jersey”. Jumping ahead to 2013, I made a huge life changing decision to pack up and move to Colorado. A solid 1,760 miles away from anything I knew was home. I had some family in Denver, so I knew I was not alone. I jumped into an on and off relationship with a someone who I ended up moving in with for about a year and a half.


Just like any relationship, there were some up and downs, some highs and lows. It was after that relationship when I first felt True anxiety. True depression. True self-doubt. Absolute Fear. That 1000lbs anvil on your chest. We all know that one. There is no reason to go into detail about the relationship quite yet, but it flipped my world upside down. Absolute rock bottom. From that day forward, and after about 7 months of non-stop pot smoking and fast-food eating, I knew I would never feel the same way emotionally or mentally. From Suicidal thoughts to building 50 different scenarios in your head that play like a broken record all day, I was in a world of hurt.


Call me weak, call me whatever you would like. It is crazy how different traumas we experience impact our everyday lives years later. No matter the healing or walls we create.


This is my Mental Ghost.










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