The other day I was watching some children. I wore my wrist brace since my wrist had been bothering me lately (I think it’s carpel tunnel).
“I wish I had to wear that,” said the little girl next to me. Continue reading Dear Parents: Spend Time With Your Child
Keep going. Move forward. Don’t look back.
We are told these things growing up. It is meant as an encouragement. We’re told to never give up, to reach for the stars. Don’t let our pasts hold us back.
But what if we reach the point where the only way to move forward is to work through our pasts? Continue reading It’s Okay To Look Back
“The girl with the brown skin. . .”
That’s how I described my third-grade best friend to my mom – before I knew about racism, before I knew about slavery. To me it was as simple as describing someone’s hair color. I loved my best friend, and I didn’t see her any different from myself. We played together every day at recess, and I even shared with her the secret of my crush from second grade. Continue reading Whose Lives REALLY MATTER?
How deep is too deep?
I can’t help but wonder as I get lost into thought. I’m still focusing on mental health this week and having revelation after revelation about myself. Continue reading Unashamed
I’ve had my share of relationships. Every guy I dated I thought was the One. I would imagine myself in a white dress walking down the isle, having a family, and enjoying myself with the love of my life. But it turns out there are so many reason why I’m not ready to date. Continue reading Why I’m Not Ready To Date