It's PTSD awareness day, so I decided I'd reflect on my history with PTSD today, and how it affects my life.
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
Today I am 2 years cut free. I am going to refrain from going into details on the behavior in this post because I would like to keep it trigger-free so those attempting to stay cut free can read how I did it. Obviously, this won't work for everyone, but this is how it happened.… Continue reading How I Became Cut Free
I deal with 14 invisible illnesses every day. If you saw me on the street, I wouldn't look sick. I wouldn't look disabled. My illnesses are internal. Because of this, I often deal with the fear that I won't be believed when I call in sick to work or cancel plans. In my past, there… Continue reading Being Invisibly Ill