Self Love: A Silent Revolution.

Valentines Day, either you anticipate this holiday and the love it brings, or you really dread it and all of the disgusting lovey-dovey people can go to hell (kidding!). I used to be the latter, bitter and miserable. I hated Valentine's Day and all it stood for, not because I hate love (who hates love??) … Continue reading Self Love: A Silent Revolution.

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What 2017 Has Taught Me, About Me.

This year definitely taught me more things about myself than any other time in my life has. Here are 16 things 2017 has taught me, about myself:

Worth, Self-Love, and Self-Deprecation

Self-love was not something that I had found until just a few months ago and it was truly an uphill battle to finally get there. Throughout the majority of my life I was always constantly reminded that I was unattractive, or not thin enough, or that my skin wasn't light enough, or that I was"pretty, for … Continue reading Worth, Self-Love, and Self-Deprecation

Under Pressure: Racial Bias in America

Racism exists. It lives and breathes in the bodies of persons offering me forced smiles and synthetic checkout line conversation. It reveals itself in comment sections on news threads and social media sites. It is surviving through inherited hate, infiltrated political systems, and manufactured generalizations of what might be a person of color. I am not violent. I do … Continue reading Under Pressure: Racial Bias in America

24-Hour Anxiety Attack: An Open Letter to American Airlines

Dear American Airlines, Thank you for treating my mental health issue as if it were an infectious disease.As embarrassed as I was to talk about it, I am grateful to have expressed one of my symptoms of anxiety, nausea and vomiting, to your very attentive and rude flight attendant. Thank you for calling the entire … Continue reading 24-Hour Anxiety Attack: An Open Letter to American Airlines