When we were little we were always scared and afraid of those creatures you think are under your bed that they may grab you and you could become lost. You run to your parent’s room and see of they can check for the monsters under your bed. Your parents smile and go with you back to your room and you check under your bed for the monsters. Since there where no monsters you parents tucked you into bed and kissed you goodnight. Little did we know at the time that there where no monsters under your bed. Later when we grew older we stopped checking for monsters under our bed, when we realized they were inside of us. As we grow older we discover that is gets rougher, problems become bigger and life gets real. We do stupid things as young kids that we don’t realize can harm our future. But what adults don’t know what were capable of. Things involving harmful things to ourselves to become, perfect. This is when we stop checking under our bed. The monsters grew inside of us. Waiting for the perfect day to unleash there anger. This is when we do the harmful things to ourselves. We cut, stop eating, stop talking, become sadder, go into depression. The list can go on and on. What others don’t know that the monsters inside of us are dangerous. That at any moment the monsters can unleash, and anything can happen . The only way to remove these monsters is to keep your head high, and higher. The monsters inside of us eventually go away. It takes time. You can see and know the survivors to the monsters. The usally have a saying tattooed on them. In there mind its meaning to stay strong, or they have the scars. I always call scars beautiful. I know it might sound strange but it shows that the person is stronger now than they ever where. And when we grow up, we will be checking under the bed of our children and watch and help them get rid of the monsters in side of them.