Survivor’s Guilt is one of those unspoken parts of having a disease like SMA. Dominick breaks down what it is.
RIP…you will be missed.
As a person with a disability, I must speak out about how Mitt Romney is going to greatly affect my life and the lives of my friends if he gets into office. Please consider voting for Obama and voting for freedom, this week.
We see Chik-Fil-A condoning the death of LGBT people, by giving to the Family Research Council. We see politicians holding signs of the president with a spike through him. We should NEVER condoning the killing of another, just because we disagree with them on a fundamental or political level. Unless they are a serial killer or a child murderer (pedophile), I do not condone seeking death, for anyone.
I am terribly saddened by the death of my friend, Brian Helsel. Brian had just turned 30 last month. He had Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His loss makes me very sad, especially since he is one of my last friends with Duchenne. There is a group of males in my life, who I have lost to this disease.
I was a victim of child abuse after I came out to my family. I have some unhappy memories, so I do not often speak out about my father. He had his flaws, but he was still my father, so when he hurt me, the pain ran deep.
I will always remember the last day I walked…the day my grandma, Melba “Noonie” Ogle Ryan died. It is just one of those days you simply never forget.
I don’t think I’ve ever lied about my relationship with my dad. It was tumultuous, to say the least. He and I had what I’d like to call a love-hate relationship, though at times we’d pretend it was mostly hate. I do recall saying I hated him, on more than…
I’ve been thinking a lot about the Angie Zapata murder. I have a personal interest in the case. For those who do not know, Angie was an 18 year old, pre-op transsexual. Angie identified and lived as a woman. She wanted to take the steps to physically become a woman,…