Image is from Pixabay First of all, if you were wondering why I didn’t like your posts when I typically do, here is why. In the last few weeks, I have been having this pain from wrist to thumb, which I ignored; having nerve damage in both hands, I’m used to pain. However, things took … Continue reading My Life Right Now?
Image is from Pixabay The main reason I have been postponing this post is that I don’t know where to start. So, I guess last January will have to do. I was unemployed and looking for a job. My family wanted me to find a job in Gozo at cost. While I knew it wasn’t … Continue reading My Life In 2021!
Before I start today’s post, I want to share a little dream I had a few nights ago. I was at a trans event, and I saw Alex Bertie and Jake Edwards, two trans guys I followed pre-transition, and I was rooting for them because two were a couple at the time, and I dreamt … Continue reading One Year On Testosterone!
Image is from Pexels Here is part 2 of how my top surgery consultation went. In a way, the issue with my mobility affected my transition, which I won’t lie it made it harder on me and my mental health. If you ever dealt with body dysphoria, you know that it isn’t a fantastic emotion … Continue reading Top Surgery Consultation Part 2
Image from Pexels I know that the little bit I spoke about this was in a monthly wrap-up, and even in that post, I didn’t say much. I just didn’t feel ready to talk about it publicly until now. Some people forget that this is my personal life I’m talking about, and like everyone, I … Continue reading Top Surgery Consultation Part 1
Image from Pexels Dear Doctors I have something to say I never had the courage To do so before I’m nervous about any and every visit Because after years Of hearing the same thing That my case is close To impossible Without caring that I’m a human With feelings Just like their own You leave … Continue reading To Doctors
https://youtu.be/qBFjGQekES4 From The Truly YouTube Channel While I was preparing what to say in this post, this thought popped into my head. It’s interesting to see how the view of disability had changed. I was browsing YouTube when a video got closer to home than one might think, and I will tell you why in … Continue reading The Man Who Sees The World Upside Down
Image from Google Doesn’t any easy post from me to share or write. I don’t know a person who enjoys sharing what they feel is one of their weakness. I’m choosing to do so in the hopes that it helps someone out there. A way in which I try to practice self-love is by trying … Continue reading My Chest And Top Surgery
Image from Google Around 2014, my muscle pain was at its peak. So, the doctor who takes care of my Cerebral Palsy referred me to the pain clinic. The first doctor I had would inject me in my legs and shoulders, and the pain went away for a month. Nevertheless, the pain came back even … Continue reading Baclofen Pump Implant Trial (Story Time)
Image From Google A few months ago, I asked you if you want to post about the equipment I use as a disabled person. The type of Cerebral Palsy I have makes me have weak muscles (which is why I can’t walk), and I have nerve damage in my hands. The reason why I can’t … Continue reading Blogmas Day 20 Equipment I Use As A Disabled Person