This blogging journey has been a hard gut wrenching experience. But it’s also been an experience of healing and connection. I’ve met so many wonderful, awesome, strong, real, beautiful, courageous, supportive survivors. I am grateful for each of you.
For those that are new to my blog…I thought maybe I would introduce you to my experience … to my journey. Connection is key for me. If anything you read here connects for you please know that you are not alone. I write to connect. I write to speak my truth. I write to get better and I know that being broken is a life long journey of healing.
Some of my journey is listed below:
(Please make sure you are in a safe place as some of these post contain possible triggers)
I am actually proud of myself for being able to finally speak… my voice was silent for many years.
My first public speaking :
A piece I’m feel grateful to have finally written:
Opening up about my way of surviving pain
My first tattoo was of a semicolon
– representing the semicolon project:
My second tattoo clearly explained in I’m fine /save me shows how the truth is the lie.. (flip the picture upside down)
There is still much I still have to say…
Somebody please hear me…