But as my journey continues, and I have more time to reflect, I can’t shake the whisper in the back of my head that I need to share my story. I need to confront the reality that I silently carry with me every day and I need to open up in the hopes of helping support another woman who is going through the same thing. So for all the women who have had, or will have, pregnancy loss, here is my story:
I speak Spanish and English. My native language is English and I have studied and spoken Spanish for over 10 years. But you need to know the truth about being bilingual.
You do not have to be a fan of fall or halloween aesthetics. You do not need to start celebrations early. But it is often in surprising places that we find ourselves, that we create our own healing, and that we find community. First and foremost, allow yourself to find your own joy – it is a human right.
What kind of hippie are you? Do you live out hippie aesthetics and practices in every breath, or are you an ordinary hippie who embraces aspects of this style and movement, incorporating it in different ways to their everyday life?
I also thought that Mother’s Day would be a great day to kick off our “A Female Revolution” series – diverse posts dedicated to incredible women, from past and present, forming a platform to amplify the voices of all women and to share our narratives – for too often are we silenced.
Autoimmune diseases are specifically the 100+ diseases that are caused by a blip in our autoimmune systems. Basically, something in our body perceives another part of our body as a threat, so your body responds like it would for any threat, and starts to attack it. Those of us wth autoimmune disease are bad asses for literally living every day with a body that keeps attacking itself.
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