My 5 year fight to get diagnosed with dysautonomia.
At age 22 my life is not at all what I thought it would be. I now own a seemingly excessive amount of medical equipment: 2 canes (folding and traditional), a simple walker, a rollator walker, shower chair, blood pressure cuff, 6 different types of braces (most of them in pairs for bilateral support -… Continue reading Learning to Love My Life with Disabilities
Hi all! I want to quickly post how sorry I am for not being more consistent with posting. Unfortunately, I have been facing a number of challenging physical diagnoses, and my struggles with hypermobility have gotten worse, giving me limited use of my hands. Typing on a keyboard has become painful, and I can't do… Continue reading Life Update: Why I’m Not Posting
I need to start off by saying that I know it's not my job to make assumptions about people's personal lives. It's not my place to speak about somebody's personal life as if I am intimately familiar with it. But when somebody's life choices may impact my own life, I feel that I can speak… Continue reading Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson, and the BPD Stigma