Anthony Bourdain was a lot of people’s favourite person. He introduced a lot of wonderful ideas to this world, and I really appreciate him for it. The world’s loss of good old Uncle Tony has brought out a lot of emotions for many people, but it’s also helped continue an important conversation…
***CONTENT WARNING: Suicide***
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Once again, it’s been a while.
A few things are happening that contributed to my lack of posts in the last month or so.
It’s really two things: medication changes, and the state of the world today. I can’t be the only one who works through emotions on a daily basis, hearing about the lives of people across the globe. I am privileged in a plethora of ways. The vast majority of world issues do not affect me directly, I am very aware of my privileges in that sense. Unless you have a giant pair of horse blinders connected to rose coloured glasses, I think it’s impossible not to be overwhelmed by the world we live in…
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Before this new and different life of mine, I was studying for my Bachelor of Science (BSc.). I was lucky enough that I fell in love with my Cellular Molecular Biology major.
Before I developed CRPS, I was a regular student worrying about my grades, and trying to figure out my next step.
I know the education I was receiving was a privilege in many ways. Now I know that studying for my BSc. was a physical privilege as well. A physical privilege that I no longer have.
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