One Saturday night in February of 2018, I had to come face to face with one of my biggest PTSD triggers. I was taken, by ambulance, to the local emergency room due to an impending adrenal crisis. The Trigger One specific thing did not cause that crash towards an adrenal...
In my introduction to this blog, I state Living with a chronic disease that requires daily medicine can be quite difficult at times. It is easy to slip into depression and hopelessness. I am done doing that. I choose life. I choose optimism. And I choose to share some of...
My university required at least one kinesiology credit in order to graduate. I wanted the class to be archery while I studied abroad in Korea, but it was canceled my semester. Much to my disappointment, I would have to fulfill my kinesiology credit in America. The Lesser of Two Evils?...
I was in eighth grade and not yet diagnosed. My friend’s mom knew of a fancy dinner party that could use a few middle schoolers to act as “waiters.” We would be required to wear black pants, a white button up top, and walk around the mansion with platters of...
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