When I conjure up memories of what it is like to be raised by addicts, I get a sepia toned movie reel that contains both months of nothing but frozen meals as well as instances of laughter while being ticked by my mom.
The common misconceptions about homeless people and their situation in life reveal the extreme narcissism present in our society: when we blame these people for their own suffering, we are no longer able to solve the problem at hand.
As soon as the sickness started, it spread fast. The X Virus, as we began to call it, moved to every city and was present in every state. What was baffling was that not every person became infected.
Someone help me. Please.
All of this goes on my face?
And it costs how much?
We need to be actively aware of it so that we can stand up for ourselves, our health, and our bodies the next time we are casually dismissed as “anxious” or “theatrical.”
You’re not stuck to a life of isolation and despair. You aren’t missing out on anything.
Netflix and Kill, anyone?
I was only 33. I was young, fit, and strong. But I felt like I was having a heart attack.
Our society does not take mental health seriously and it makes me wonder how many more need to die before we start to realize that our mental state defines our physical state.
Moreover, rape is commonly identified as amongst the most difficult crimes to effectively investigate and prosecute.