Until you've experienced it, you have no idea. Vertigo may be just a movie title to you or your worst nightmare. It's unlike being dizzy yet it is often synonymous with that word. When I first started experiencing vertigo around the age of 15 it was the most frightening experience of my life and I had already been through plenty of surgeries and undiagnosed health scares before. This time, I actually thought I might die. Vertigo isn't generally something that happens to
I wrote this poem the other day when I was spiraling back into codependency. Trying to hold on to something that doesn't want to be held onto. On top of it all, I had a migraine with vertigo so I felt the physical manifestation of my "relapse". It felt like defeat at the time but I now know that I have the tools and resources to get right back to a healthier mindset and take today as it comes. I will remind myself that I am worth it and stick to my boundaries. #codependenc
The shimmering light is like an ocean on my bed
I feel like I'm floating while I'm drowning in my head My eyes are finally open and the light doesn't hurt any more The spinning has subsided and my feet can touch the floor
This is beauty for a girl like me
A momentary calm in this ever-changing sea
A time for no reflection
Only time for pure release
To revel in the silence
To soak in all the peace I can hear the waves lapping
As the fan creates a breeze
Keeping my head still
2019 is fast approaching and I'm checking off a resolution a few days early. New Year, New Change in Gear 2018 was a doozy. I went into the year knowing it wouldn't be easy but I had no idea the challenges that lay ahead. You name it, I dealt with it. There is plenty of time to get into the nitty gritty but I would like to start by welcoming you to my blog. It's a new year, I've got new change in gear.
I swear, I can see clear now the clouds disappeared.
-Wyclef Jean, The