Rise above the gaslight

An oldie but a goodie. Here is the early start of my journey.

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The Second Lesson Must Always Hurt

Oldie but a goodie. This depicts the moment I let go.

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A Picture Perfect Trauma

Trauma is occurrence we all face where we run away from it attempting to avoid it or face it. Here’s the truth about facing trauma.

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The Risk of Perception

Perception is a fickle friend. We see perception as the way we look things and predict how things turn out. However it’s much more than what we make it to be, as it becomes risk-perception based on our life experience. See if your perception is possibly ruining your life and ways to stop it. We must realize perception is irrational in the end.

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THE FACES WITHINSELF PRESERVATIONOF THE UNKNOWN SELF

I realize that self doubt starts with the misperception of what self care really is. This early blogging day post well prep you for the articles coming up this week.

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I Am Loyal, Brave, and True

The Disservice We Do To There is no doubt that I borrowed this blog post from Christina Aguilera’s song “Loyal, Brave, and True” and for good reason. Before l get into the post let me just vent about society for a bit. Why do we live in a society of bandwagoning and use individual’s personal…

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Un-conforming The Act Of Comformity

We all have conformed or still conform in our everyday lives just to fit in. Whether it be betraying a friend because of what are faved group of people think about the odd ball of the group. Or broke up with someone because of what our family or friends thought of what they thought of…

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The Motives of A Journey Unraveled by the Ripples Of Others

Bananarama’s “Venus” is the victory song I jam out to now that post quarantine traffic presents my new examples of the everyday people capable of both good and ill intentions in the sake of self preservation. Those who admire the song for whatever reason will show props while others will show disappointment or in extreme…

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Stereotypes from Segregated Stigmas

Nonverbal queues say a lot about the things a person is thinking or feeling but can’t say. I once was told I was a people pleasure. For the longest time I thought was that case, but coming to realize it wasn’t a act of satisfying someone’s ego. It was to even if it was for…

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