Answer to Him Only

Moving out from home at 19 years old has taught me so much. Learning to live on my own, becoming more independent, these are all things I have dreamt about forever. And while it might not have been the ideal picture so to speak, as I entered a new relationship (where we both lived in […]

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Story-time: Not Having Friends Around

One thing I dreaded most as a child was not fitting in. I had some friends, but never quite anyone whom I had a close connection with. Never had that one friend who knew me for me. I cycled through friendships where I’d still feel a void. And with no siblings or cousins my age, […]

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Her

She is unstoppable, A force not to be reckoned with. She will not sleep, she will not rest; Not until her throne is securely kept. She is about to let so loose, taking back everything that kept her bonded in spiritual and emotional abuse. Built with fuery, driven by liberation. A queen designed to withstand […]

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How to Feel Secure When You Are Alone

Who are you when no one else is around? Are you still cheerful and full of life? Or is there a feeling of incompleteness? I know it may seem like you need these conditions to feel fulfilled, but sadly that only masks the deep rooted issue that lies within. Naturally as an introvert, I really […]

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Learn to Control Your Thoughts: Don’t Allow Your Thoughts to Control You

On average, according to the National Science Foundation, the human brain processes between 12,000-60,000 thoughts per day. And of those thoughts, an entire 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive thoughts cycled over from the day prior. I mean can you imagine functioning a whole entire day with barely an ounce of motivation? Well chances […]

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The Burdens of “Superficial Insecurity”

I know more than anyone first hand what it feels like to feel so low about yourself. To wallow away in darkness as you pick at the things you fail to recognize. To spend your days searching for approval, and even at the point of receiving compliments and praise, still falling short on accepting yourself. […]

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Cure for Your Valentine’s Day Blues

Another Valentine’s Day where you feel all lonesome? While it may seem unfair, it certainly is quite common. During all of elementary and high school, I had not one boyfriend. Relationships just never seemed to align with my path. And for those of you who are in school, you know how taboo that seems. Each […]

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