The corona virus has turned American's life upside down and we are calling it "the new normal." But there is nothing normal about our lives today.
A poem expressing the voices of Americans yearning for opportunities and trying to reach for their dreams. Their dreams and opportunities so hard to reach because they are part of the invisible Americans, unheard voices of the poor.
This is a poem about accepting and loving yourself and being patient with waiting for true love.
At some point in a writer's life, we all experience staring at a blank page with an urge to write but drawing a blank as to what to write. That is what inspired this poem,
Living with multiple Personalities, life is not only challenging for me, but for those around me. Often, altars don't announce their presence and will pretend to be me especially when it is the altars between the ages of 16 and 25. This can lead to confusion and frustration for all involved.
Poetry and Art have been a saving grace in my life. I live my life dealing with my challenging mental illnesses. I've worked hard on my ability to handle and control to some extent the epidodes that often overcome me. I have discovered that my writing, art, and photography are my place for peace.
The historical differences that made us Americans.
Being a Christian is a personal journey of faith and beliefs. I am a Christian, but what Christianity means to me is a little different than what traditional Christians may think it means. I will never force my beliefs on others. I am an Interfaith Christian. There is more than one way to believe.
Tips on being the best tourist you can be when visiting the national parks.
You can overcome all of life's challenges by taking baby steps. First thing you must possess is Hope. The second crucial thing you must also have is to believe in yourself even when no one else does.
This is something I shared with very few people when my children were younger. It is a look into what what it feels like to live with a mental disability.
Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.) is a challenging mental disability that many suffer from. Not everyone's experience is the same. This is my own personal experience.