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Hi I'm Gina

I'm a child at heart. I'm diagnosed with Bipolar I. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a college graduate of psychology. I have a love for dancing, singing, laughing, talking, eating, traveling, writing poems,unicorns, seahorses and the color turquoise. My greatest joys in my life right now would be spending time with my family, especially my cute nieces and nephews. I melt like a snowman on a sunny day when a kind word is spoken. If you asked my friends three words to describe me they would say kind, genuine, and quirky.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up with a family that is a bunch of Mormons and even though that is a big reason why I started out Mormon, there are many other reasons why I stay Mormon. ....The word hope has had such an impact in my life and maybe not so much the word but what it symbolizes. I have phases of times where days are dark and gloomy and "hope" is the only thing that keeps me going. Hope that everything I go through is worth it, that life means something. That there is a purpose to all my sorrows. Because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ that I have hope, purpose and meaning to live. I know that to Him I matter. To Him I'm special. To Him I'm enough. I know that He loves me. I know that He knows the very things that pull at my heart strings the very things that are my undoing. He knows the depths of my despair and the greatest joys of all my hopes and achieved dreams. I know that because of His atonement it is possible to live with my family forever. All of this and even more is why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Everyone has their own way of living their faith .....I live my faith by praying, being grateful, looking for the good in others, going to church on Sundays, smiling, gaining more knowledge, teaching the Temple Prep Class on Sundays at church, planning Ward Temple Night, serving those around me, reading my scriptures, writing little notes or sending texts to friends that are encouraging and uplifting, attending the temple, listening to the promptings I get and doing what I believe to be right.