I’ve mourned the loss of a loved one who isn’t dead yet. That’s the norm when you love someone who is struggling with addiction. I hope that as I continue to blog, children of addiction understand that some days are harder than others. … Read More I’ve mourned the loss of a loved one who isn’t dead yet.
When you are around people who are drinking and smoking, you think it’s the norm. That’s what all the students are doing. It’s okay that I’m doing it too. I fit in. It’s not even a matter of peer pressure at that point. It’s just what you believe to be true for kids your age… Read More Cocaine, Alcohol, and Drugs: How, When, and Why Should I talk about it with My Friends
After I watched the very emotional clip of the Jimmy Kimmel Show about his son’s heart condition I realized the necessity to reflect on the blessing of my life.… Read More The Blessing of Life
Each month I task myself with challenges and missions for the month. This month in May I have my first breakdown of what my challenges are, how I choose the missions, and why. … Read More May Challenge: Missions for the month
I’m so excited that I’m meeting Kehlani tonight! She is coming to Royale in Boston and I went all out and got a VIP ticket because how many times will you get to meet your favorite artist in the world?! Probably not often! I’m not sure if I’ll ever go VIP again, but for Kehlani… Read More Meeting My Favorite Artist Kehlani in Boston Tonight
My life has been filled with love. So much love I could explode. So much love that, even when people are mean, hurtful, or cynical I can still find a bright side and accept a person for who they are. We’re all here to do something extraordinary with our lives. We can take what makes us… Read More Something Tells Me There’s Something Good Happening
No matter where you end up: in riches or rags, in fame or alone, find fulfillment in who you were raised to be. That’ll always be the testament of your stability.… Read More Never Forget Where You Come From