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A Thing Worth Living For

To be the fire that keeps you warm when the metaphorical freezing darkness settles.

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Almost three years ago, my dad was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Initially, I remember using school and work as active distractors to help me cope with the new stressors that arose following my dad’s diagnosis. After I earned my undergraduate degree, I decided to take a year off…




Personal stories on health, relationships, and a holistic approach to happiness. Wholistique is about Growth not Change. We DO NOT want to fix You because You are not broken. We want to shift your perception of reality and to empower you with the proper tools to navigate life.

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Rose Mejia

Rose Mejia

Striving to be a holistic psychologist & writer. Advocate for health, wellness, and well-being. Support my journey: https://rose-mejia1998.medium.com/membership

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