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Life is all about balance. Where there is darkness so too is light. Amidst a conclusion lies a new beginning. With success came obstacles that had to be overcome. Upon reflection, the question I have posed frequently when I journal is “How can I find the balance between being realistic, whilst also embracing positivity?” Can […]

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Happy Friday everyone! I hope each of you had a good, productive, and safe week. This week was eye-opening for a few reasons; though each of those had to do with either enlightenment or understanding. During my counseling session, my therapist commented that I had not expressed my feelings about my current recovery. She listened patiently […]

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Happy Invisible Illness Week to all of my fellow warriors! To the allies of these warriors, this is for you, too! Thank you for everything you do to support your person(s). Now, what is an invisible illness? Disabled World, as featured by Umass, defined invisible illness as “Invisible Disability, or hidden disability, is an umbrella […]

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“A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow.”  Shakespeare   Recently I’ve done a great deal of reflection on relationships (platonic, as well as romantic). As I age, I become more aware of what I have, […]

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Today’s post is in honor of National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day. CP is a generalized, umbrella term that is used to describe “the way it affects people’s movement, the part of the body affected and by how severe the effects are.” (Cerebral Palsy Alliance, 2018). https://cerebralpalsy.org.au/our-research/about-cerebral-palsy/what-is-cerebral-palsy/types-of-cerebral-palsy/ Did you know that there are three categories of Cerebral […]

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Social media, it’s time we have a little talk.  Don’t get me wrong I use social media, often. As a blogger, it promotes communication, networking, and provides the means to connect with those I may not have otherwise had the opportunity to. True to its name it is a hub of social behavior, that does […]

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