Black girls don’t get eating disorders; a myth that has been perpetuated by media, fully embraced by all communities and fogged the lenses of health professionals. I remember sitting across from my psychiatrist when she informed me that I was being hospitalised. I wasn’t sure how to react. I knew that I needed the help,Read More
Let’s talk friendships. Friendship is defined as a state of mutual trust and support. However, recently I have started to wonder how the manner in which you trust and support yourself impacts how you trust and support those around you. As an adult, forming and maintaining friendships becomes a challenge. This is because we becomeRead More
It feels weird coming back to writing….coming back to blogging because I haven’t been doing it for such a long time. But more than anything I haven’t been doing it consistently for a very long time.
I have never seen the world so scared. Every news channel is covering the reach of CoVID-19. What started as a virus in Wuhan, China, is now a global pandemic. Cities are in lockdown, with millions of people forced into quarantine. Many of these news channels have highlighted the impact CoVID-19 will have on theRead More
We are all afraid of something: spiders, snakes and dogs. Although some fears seem silly, like my fear of birds, they are reasonable. But what happens when the source of your fear lurks in the shadows of your mind? Lately it seems like I am afraid of everything, especially when it relates to those IRead More
I am vegan. It still sounds weird when I say it because I had a strong love for ice cream and cheese. Someday I get frustrated because all I want is some chocolate and frozen yogurt, however I know better. Although going vegan was to help reduce my persistent allergies, I have also noticed thatRead More