My #MeToo

When my situation happened, #metoo wasn’t a thing. When my situation happened I was bullied for coming forward. I don’t usually like to talk about my situation because it brings back horrible memories. But honestly, I’ve blacked it out in my mind so I don’t fully remember what happened. All I know is that it […]

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Going Into Life With A Bang

I love the holiday July 4th. Why? Because everything and everyone is so festive and joyous-not something you come across everyday. Watching fireworks with family and friends is so nice. While I was watching the fireworks over the water, I had tears in my eyes and a big smile on my face. I had felt […]

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Being Independent on Independence Day 

People constantly nag me about my relationship status. I usually keep quiet about it just because it’s kinda a rough topic for me. Over time I’ve realized my health situation is a lot for people to handle. Just having good friends around is tough enough. I’d personally feel so bad dragging a boy into my […]

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My Thoughts On Side Effects

  Let’s cut to the chase…side effects suck. You never know which ones you’re gonna get when you start taking a medicine. They can range from a runny nose to a full-fledge stroke. I’m so lucky that I usually get every side effect under the sun (*insert sarcasm here*). I recently started a class of […]

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Little Signs of Acceptance

When I was first diagnosed with Autoimmune disease I had a hard time accepting it. I often went back to the first day I ever got sick and questioned what I did wrong and if there was anything I could do to fix it or change. In reality, there was nothing I could have done […]

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Diving into the Reality of My Future

When life signs you up for a chronic illness/disease, you sometimes have no idea what you’re in for. This can be extremely frustrating, tiring, and annoying. For me, I can say that right now I’m in a rough patch of my disease, that I never thought I’d have happen to me on many different levels. […]

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