Breathe – A Chronic illness Pep Talk

Hey guys, I uploaded a new video a few days ago! This kind of video style is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, and I would really appreciate your feedback 🙂 The past few days have been rough, but I’m working on staying positive. Soft hugs XOXO Emily

You are the most beautiful

Early this week Tim and I went to see The Danish Girl, a bio-pic about a married painter in the 1920’s who feels as though he is a woman inside. It’s a beautiful film that covers trans issues and showcases some beautiful art pieces along the way. Here’s an interesting fact about me: although I […]

Winter Hasn’t Been Nice

   So my previous Doctor finally prescribed me a months worth of oxy. This happened because my mother actually called and demanded to speak to a supervisor (like a boss), and worked some magic to get the nurse to call me. She informed me that she simply “figured” I would call back, and was very […]

Staying Positive with Chronic Pain

When my close friends or family asks how I’m doing (If they know about my illness) I’ll usually reply honestly. “Nothing’s really changed much, dealing with a lot, but staying positive.” When I was younger and even now, my mother, who has her own hurricane of problems, would reply a lot differently. She would lower […]

Crying Times

Lately I haven’t been wearing makeup very often, and the reason for that is odd. I’ve actually been crying so much because of Pain or Panic attacks, or random disassociation, that I find a winged liner just doesn’t want to stay on throughout the day. This illness can be extremely isolating. It can make other’s […]

Making People Understand Your Chronic Pain

Yesterday I went to the hospital. I was having a bad flare up, and after two Oxycodone, I knew my meds weren’t working. There was a horrible pain all across my belly, and it felt like I was getting stabbed honestly in waves. I’ve come quite accustomed to going to the E.R., which is a […]