The truth is that I am lost. Life without you has been terrifying. There is no codependent relationship anymore. With you, there was a purpose that lived inside. You gave me a purpose; you gave me an excuse. I don’t feel much without, wish you would’ve erased me. A big part of me forgave you; […]
The power of imagination Where it prevails is in between fantasy and reality. I’ve always been the type of kid that lived in my head. Never conceding the emotion behind the character until the response became powerless. You ask yourself these mysteries, which leads to not knowing your self-worth at times. This thing we call […]
Early summer of 2018, I went through a manic episode. My mental health was at it’s lowest. After cancer, they tell you that you became cured of the diseases. Your physical body may have recovered, but your insight on the way you view the world changes. Everyone is doing there best. Doing there best isn’t […]
Usually, I would have shared this news instantly with the world. I walked into the year being five-year cancer-free. I was diagnosed with Central nervous system lymphoma at the age of 25 on this date four years ago. I have been through depression, I have been through my body changing on me, my mental health […]
The truth about surviving brain cancer, you don’t die, but everything around you does. The feeling of trying to understand this thing has left in a dark place. Everything has been moving fast, and I need to slow down before I lose a sense of what is happening around me. Family is getting older, mom […]
If I lied I lose myself If I tell the truth I lose you.
Every person you meet is a novel. Some are difficult to read; others have pages ripped apart from past damage. Some even fabricated to fit a narrative that pertains to where they are now. It’s been four years since I was cancer-free, today I shared it with people. There was a push back from within […]