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I am antiracista, feminista, and an aspiring historian. I love food. I love big earrings. This is my life.
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Being mentally ill is political. Being Puerto Rican is political. Having and suffering through any form of chronic illness is inherently political but before I get into politics I am gonna step back really quick. I think I should begin by giving you some background on what it feels like to live with OCD and… Continue reading Being Mentally Ill Is Political. →
I am exhausted. I think the word “exhausted” still falls short of how I have been feeling. For the last two weeks, I have been feeling my anxiety increase but thought it was manageable (once again) but unfortunately, it was more unmanageable than I could imagine. I don’t know if you can recall a moment… Continue reading Exhaustion Falls Short →
“What brings you in today?” are the only words I remember clearly from December 19th of 2019. Everything from the last two months of 2019 was a complete blur. I only remember bits and pieces and those memories make me feel fragile and small. On December 19th of 2019, I admitted myself into the hospital… Continue reading “What Brings You In Today?” →
As we all know, I am currently in my recovery process after what happened to me last December. I have made big strides and was improving so much since I started medication and therapy. I have been very open with my mental illness because it helps me and I hope it helps someone else too.… Continue reading Mental Illness During A Pandemic →
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