Getting Mad At People Who Don’t Help You.

Trapped in our expectations during a crisis.

Photo by Josh Appel on Unsplash

Last year, from September — December, I was a caregiver for a cancer patient.

I learned a lot of harsh lessons in that time. I had revelation after revelation, but I don’t regret it. I feel stronger for it, and I feel like my time at Johns Hopkins helped prepare me for Coronavirus lockdown and…

--

--

--

Articles on my mental health journey. Anxiety. Trauma. Inspiration.

Recommended from Medium

“Humans Who Eat GMO Are Basically Lab Rats”

After the Needle Enters the Arm

Do you suffer from inflammation?

Telehealth Best Practices: Laura Chavaree of Blue Note Therapeutics On How To Best Care For Your…

COVID-19: Most Americans Who Carry the Coronavirus Don’t Know It

COVID-19: Most Americans Who Carry the Coronavirus Don’t Know It

Intro to Breast Cancer Oncology ~ Part 1

Is Humanrace the future of skincare?

9 incredible effects of fasting

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Lisa Martens

Lisa Martens

Only two signed copies of “What You Deserve” left: https://ko-fi.com/lisamartens/shop 📖

More from Medium

On Creating With Anxiety

Cuffe Biden Owens and Meghan King Already Blew Up and Yeah, I Can Relate

A woman is sitting on the roof of a car wearing a short skirt and a leather jacket with sunglasses. A man is standing in front of her and she has her legs wrapped around him. He is also wearing a leather jacket and sunglasses and they are kissing.

Being “Strong” Gave Me the Emotional Maturity of A Toddler

Crying Everyday is Really Inconvenient