Bound Every woman must make an exodus from the life they lived before. We must remember what our mothers taught us as a blueprint to navigate the world, but eventually we have to find our own way. Learning love through my mother's perspective fueled me to be different. But as hard as I tried to … Continue reading The Exodus: A Woman’s Right of Passage
It’s been a year since I last visited with Lucy. That was the longest trip ever and I can’t say it was a total vacation. Our previous visits were innocent. When we were introduced to one another, it was playful, fun, and carefree. We danced, we sang, we cried over Lana Del Rey’s “Ride,” I … Continue reading After the Storm
This last trip un-did me. It made me question everything I was and it allowed me the opportunity to call out all of my emotional and mental ailments. I was able to leave certain things behind and renew myself. I got to take the pieces I wanted and I was able to shape a new … Continue reading A Previous Encounter with Lucy
Who is Snowball? Snowball is a combination of events encountered so far. I met an old man named Boe along my journey who gave me this name. He told me never lose the ability to feel. Although a snowball can travel downhill, it accumulates with acceleration. I think of Snowball as an adult version of … Continue reading Q + A with Self: Who is Snowball and Where is Her Castle?
✴ The Individual is taught to conform to family values set in place, and this further determines the success of the participant's role. As the personality grows and develops, a repetitive glitch in the system can lead to a defect hard to repair. The Individual may have a sense of self; the family structure is … Continue reading An Interpretation of Autism and Mental Dis-Ease
Split in 3 I used to place myself in a big cardboard box located in the middle of the floor between two twin sized beds. I would bring with me a notebook where I would write about my feelings and all the things I felt. All the questions about maturity were asked in this box … Continue reading Snowball’s Castle: Exploring My Psyche