My Story, My Turn

     Why I’m Choosing to Share My Experience After All These Years. #MeToo *Content Warning: sexual assault, rape* I was in high school when it happened. And for years, I didn’t even realize what I had been through. It took until my first year of college, as the Me Too Movement was beginning to take off, for it to register that…

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My experience of MeToo and Why I Didn’t Report

Trigger warning: sexual assault and gaslighting This is a difficult post for me to write. It is violent and emotional, but at the same time, I have told this story many times before. I am not afraid to tell it again. I have never been afraid to tell it. Why again? Why now? Because I see you, people who are…

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THE “W” WORD

In this journey called life I would have never thought that I would experience such a tragedy so early on in life.  One that changed everything for not only me and my family but for an organization- a Family so dear to our hearts, our church. This one incident shook people in nations but it also shook and still shakes…

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The Life And Struggles Of An Amateur Photographer

It’s happening again.          I’m back at school and things are still the same. The last time I went there was when I graduated and went rushing back and forth to complete the requirements to get into the program that can make me free of tuition fees for university but to work at there as an exchange.…

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Living in Numbville as an incest survivor | Life is Hard

Once you been victimized it is something you will never forget regardless of how much time has passed since the incident, my uncle began molesting me he would make us play hide and go seek so on this particular day I made the mistake of hiding under one of the beds and when he found me he began pulling my…

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Open Letter To My Crush….(Guest Post)

Love is a beautiful thing that we should treasure and appreciate. I have learned never to take the ones I love for granted. When you find the person that makes your heart beat fast, never miss the chance to tell them how special they are. If you don’t, you may regret it for the rest of your life. This one…

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Finding a Lifeline in Fitness

We all have those special things that we do that get us through the hard times. The special things that are our ways of self-care that combat the doubt and depression. Music, cooking, drawing, getting outdoors, writing… etc. For myself personally, and I know for a lot of people as well, my main way to combat stress, fatigue, depression, (the…

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When Life Happens…

Life is, after all, full of uncertainties and risks. You never know when things change even though they appear to be constant. And this is my story, writing out loud. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when it was too late. It’s the thing that affects your ability to effectively socialize and communicate. A very rare disorder. I’ve suffered too…

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