Why Sharing is Caring

Some people close to me in my family have cavernous angioma. This malformation can cause bleeds that cause seizures, headaches, hemorrhages, and/or numerous other issues (Angioma Alliance, 2016). Some individuals who have this may even need brain surgery, which is currently the only cure for it (Angioma Alliance, 2016). When I was in high school,… Continue reading Why Sharing is Caring

Knowing You Are Not Alone

Finding proof for certain beliefs is easy. Take: “I am alone,” “no one understands what I’m going through,” “I am a weak person for feeling the way I am feeling,” and “this will never end.” People don’t like discussing something they are struggling with, especially when it can come off as weak. You look at… Continue reading Knowing You Are Not Alone