Depression: feelings of severe despondency and dejection. Depression is an extremely sensitive subject. Most people brush it off, most people deny that they even have it, and others…. take the situation into their own hands. Depression is not a game. It is not something you can just push to the back of your mind and … Continue reading Depression
HEY EVERYONE! yeah, I know I have been completely M.I.A. but packing, finishing costumes and getting everything settled for Cali was no joke. I'm back and better than ever! So now let's get to the juicy details! If you really know me, you know I am obsessed with Disney and it's not a bad … Continue reading Dis-Nerd Cali Takeover
There’s no better feeling then when you walk into a music festival for the first time. My first festival was in 2013 during my Disney College Program. I loved the music but I never knew about such festivals until one of my close DCP friends asked me to go. I was doing all new things, … Continue reading Rave Tingssss
Inadequate. Unloved. Hurt. Hopeless. Deficient. Incompetent. These are words that while you’re going through a rough patch in life you go back and think about. You think about how this could happen to you and how much you wish things were different but they aren’t and you have to suck it up, put on your … Continue reading Defective.
Let's discuss the term "flare-up." The definition of a flare-up is a sudden outburst of something, especially violence or a medical condition and in this case, I believe we know which is mine. I often get flare-ups if I do not get enough sleep, if the weather changes drastically, if I continuously go out, if … Continue reading Flare-Up
Okay, okay, I know I’m a day late with this post… my apologies *shrugs* let’s continue on with the story shall we? *Warning: Semi-Graphic image in this post, post-operation* November 2016. You’re probably wondering in your head… hmm seems pretty recent and the truth is, it was way too recent for my liking. As I … Continue reading November 2016
What is an Invisible Illness? An Invisible Illness is one that is not shown to the world. You cannot recognize that the person is sick or chronically ill but they are. On Wikipedia, it describes Invisible disabilities as chronic illnesses that can significantly impair normal activities of daily life. 96% of people with chronic illnesses … Continue reading Invisible Illness