Potential trigger warning with respects to accounts of abuse, mental health and alcohol abuse. Please treat yourself kindly and proceed cautiously. I've always been told that my vulnerability makes me strong, but sometimes I've been told to play my cards closer to my chest. Don't give them something to talk about, or hold against you. … Continue reading You are not alone
To know something deeply, but to hear it and understand it as if for the first time. Thanks to Andre Acimen's Call Me By Your Name, I found the perception I was lacking around the destructive act of guarding my heart. One must feel pain so that one may recognize joy.
I played with the idea of sobriety for years, even experimenting in short spurts. I knew the lessons I needed to learn, but it took me years to commit to learning them. Since I announced to the world my sobriety so recently, I've gotten an outpouring of love. A few people have shared that they too are considering sobriety, or struggle with similar issues as I do. I wanted to get everything about my experience and what I've learned down in hopes that my testament and advice can help others make the decision to be sober.
"Day by day nothing changes, and yet when we look back, everything is different." - C.S. Lewis It was brought to my attention from a friend back home that today commemorates the 6-month anniversary since I packed my life into 100 lbs, hugged my family and friend’s goodbye and embarked on a journey with … Continue reading My Personal Reflections on 6 Months Abroad
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As an aunt, solo women-traveler and reckless pursuer of perspective, I share my personal lessons learned as a women.