Lifelong Shame of Being an Artist, and Finally Making (Literal) Sound.

I remember being very young and telling my grandpa I wanted to sing, so he told me to sing in church. But then, I felt self-conscious, and so I kept silent. He noted that he didn’t hear me sing, and I felt even more ashamed…for saying I would do something, and then not doing…

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

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