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So You Think You Can Perform Self Surgery?

I am sitting at home, laptop aimed at my face. I join a virtual waiting room and a doctor soon connects. I peel back a bandaid, a mess of where ...
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Peace in Chaos

It’s been a few weeks, well we have all lost count since this quarantine started. Honestly, I am not sure what week we are in or care to keep count ...
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How being a flimwriter helps me cope with my disability

I have always had a love for films and how the stories are told through the creative art of filmmaking and writing stories. Some of my favorite movies that had ...
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Turning a Time of Loss, Into a Gain

It may not seem like it, but soon enough, we will be emerging from this quarantine, returning to the normal hustle, bustle rhythm of everyday life. But instead of trudging ...
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I believe storytelling is the most intimate forms of communication

Storytelling is one of the most intimate forms of communication. Whether that story is fact from your life or fiction that you have created, sharing it with others allows them ...
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Reflections from Quarantine

Today is day 1,001 of quarantine, I think. Most days I have Zoom meetings with co-workers and we make sure to check-in with each other before talking work. The question ...
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How Shaving My Hair Off Meant Finding Myself

I shaved my head a month ago, but it hit me while I was scrolling through Instagram. I’m twenty, so a lot of the content tailored to me is about ...
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6 Reasons Why My Cerebral Palsy Is My Best Easter Gift

Around a holiday such as Easter, I tend to think about my journey and how blessed I have been to be on the journey that I have been on with ...
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How using social media helps me cope with my disability

I have always been a frequent user of social media since the age of 10 years old. Over the past decade I realize that social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, ...
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