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What do we feel?

When you take a picture or look at picture do you tend to think what might have happened before or after the picture was taken. Social media nowadays is like the picture and whatever happens behind  closed doors are always hidden really good that people like you and me don’t really know what is going on those closed doors. We […]

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How to cope when life falls apart

The silence and bright lights surrounded my life for three years;it was fearful. I’ve never felt death walk around within dull walls until I stepped foot into what felt like a dream, a dream that felt endless. I remember binge watching Grey’s Anatomy and witnessing a surgeon perform brain surgery for the first time. Most of the time everything works […]

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Motherhood and School

“What’s the point of trying?” A constant thought that roams my mind on a daily basis. Restless nights, lack of energy, worthlessness, guilt, worry, and the list goes on. You would think, “What can she possibly be going through at such a young age?” Let me tell you, being a mother, daughter, student and friend all in one isn’t so […]

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“He who makes a beast out of himself, gets rid of the pain of being a man.” – Samuel L. Johnson Memento MoriYou could live life by the day, I live life a quarter mile at a timeYou follow God’s Plan, I stand by 44 BarsIt’s called Logic, but you only go along blindlyI bet you deal with your problems […]

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Living without Papers

“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” “Well, somebody’s doing the raping, Don! I mean somebody’s doing it! Who’s doing the raping? Who’s doing the raping?” This is not only what Donald Trump believes about Mexicans and undocumented immigrants, but what many Americans believe and support as well. Well, not every American — there […]

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Learning from your family’s mistakes

Throughout generations, parents have assumed their children wouldn’t make mistakes in life, despite their older siblings making them. What parents forget when it comes to their children is everyone makes mistakes. Even if your siblings have made mistakes, doesn’t mean  you can’t. Yes, you should learn from them, but not everyone learns through example, some learn through experience. I grew […]

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At a very young age, I have been around an addict of alcohol and cocaine. I never thought in a million years I would grow up with it tainting my childhood. The addict was my brother and it has been hard to try and move past what happened. I saw side of my brother that I never knew. I knew […]

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Educating People on Mental Illnesses

When I was 10 years old, I had my innocence taken away. I was manipulated and violated on more than one occasion by the same person. I am an abuse survivor. Before I came to terms with what had happened, I was severely depressed and had attempted to take my own life on two separate occasions. All this occurred before […]

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