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Sometimes I feel like you read my mind when I listen to your music. It speaks to my soul.
You helped me see the value in myself when I thought my life wasn't worth living. I can't thank you enough.
You’ve helped me and so many other start on the road to recovery and to a healthy mind.
You inspired me to break out of my own personal barricade, and write and score my own music.
Your music is a constant positive force in my life and makes me feel like I can get through anything. Thank you for everything you do!
You helped push me towards being a musician as well as overall healthier in the way I view myself.
You made me realize that I'm not alone and that confidence is beautiful. Now I'm working on being confident. Thank you so much.
You taught me I only have one life and that I need to live it to the fullest. To not be a victim of my mind but to own it.
You & your lyrics helped show me that i have the strength and the drive to get better. That I don't have to stay stuck in my mental illness.
You have made me realize that life is worth every second and that helping people is the best thing you can do for the world.
You empowered me to step into the fullness of who I am and live my life with a sense of joy despite a long history of anxiety and depression
You literally inspire me to do my best at and try my hardest with all I do, and that just because I’m a girl doesn’t mean I can’t do it.
On days when I don't feel my best you remind me that it's ok to be sad, as long as you pick yourself up and never stop fighting.
When I listen to your music I feel like someone went inside my head and wrote about what they found there.
Ariel helped me believe in myself, decide to go after my dreams and helped my songwriting get better. She inspires me daily with positivity.
You challenged me to LIVE the life I wanted, instead of moping about what I didn’t think I could achieve, thank you!
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