Posts tagged family
Swapping the Scalpel For the Pen: Navigating My Way Through Anxiety at University

“Panic attacks are difficult, if not impossible to predict and stop. You think you feel fine, you’re enjoying yourself at a party for example, and just ever so slightly, something tilts a little askew and the angle of your perceived reality…”

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4 Things My Cuban Abuela Taught Me

“Though they're proud to be Americans, Nana and my mother fight to keep traditional Cuban values alive in us, as we are the descendants who will carry their memories and build on the foundation they set through toil and sacrifice. In my culture, women are the storytellers. They tell tales from the past and urge us never to depart from instruction; to keep it alive…”

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