DISCONNECTED

DISCONNECTED

All my life I’ve felt out of place as if I don’t belong like I was from another planet, maybe another universe… Especially unique and vastly different than others around me.

Growing up I had a major disconnection with my family and felt like an outsider, what didn’t occur to me was the truth.

I WAS DIFFERENT and I WAS DISCONNECTED. Continue reading “DISCONNECTED”

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CALIFORNIA MADE ME FORGET I HAD ANXIETY

CALIFORNIA MADE ME FORGET I HAD ANXIETY

Let me start by saying LA was EVERYTHING I imagined and then some! I stayed at an Airbnb in Hollywood which was only a few blocks from the famous walk of fame, nightlife, malls, and restaurants etc. The location really couldn’t have been better.

I was excited to go to California because it’s always been on my bucket list but what I disliked was Continue reading “CALIFORNIA MADE ME FORGET I HAD ANXIETY”

Black people have depression too: The root

Black people have depression too: The root

I’m left out, forgotten about and told, it’s “all in your head”…

I’ve had family members look past my depression and mistake it for just another bad day when in reality this was an ongoing cycle of bad days, bad thoughts and continuous feelings of being unworthy. My past trauma was catching up to me, shit, life was catching up to me. Every year I aged I thought, what have I accomplished since my last birthday? Who do I aspire to be? What is it that I see myself doing for the rest of my life? I felt unsuccessful, so many dead ends, missed opportunities and unfinished goals I left abandoned. Continue reading “Black people have depression too: The root”