to love a self

Whether you immigrated when you were 12, were born in the U.S., or came over so early you barely remember your birth country, none of that matters. We all know the drill, the "ching chong, chink" slurs thrown at you in the school hallways, the assumption that you're from China, the guessing game that follows if … Continue reading to love a self

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“I’m fine;” the mentally not-okay mind

I've had multiple conversations with people during which I realized they don't know what a lot of symptoms of mental illness looks like. And if I hadn't both witnessed as well as experienced them myself, I wouldn't have known either. For the longest time, I thought these behaviors were unique to me, or worse, character … Continue reading “I’m fine;” the mentally not-okay mind