THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES WHO VIEWED FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER WITH A TOTAL OF 125 VIEWS: UK, USA, CROATIA, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, INDONESIA, INDIA, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWEDEN, AND NIGERIA!!!
Life isn’t transpired in a straight trajectory line. If you find a person who attests to that….enlighten me. I would love to converse with her/im or interview to ask questions that can have me better understand myself and how I can maintain a straight line.
Life has its bumps, curves, ditches and construction work zones that can bring you to a halt. What I take from life is that you don’t just stop when you hit these road blocks, but that maneuvering and working your way through the struggle gives you a better outcome.
My life obstacle(s) that hit me started at the tender age of 18 and set age of life changes at 20 when I lost my father to T-cell lymphoma cancer. I was also sick when he was sick, where at the age of 20 I was diagnosed with having bipolar I disorder (still sometimes feel I was misdiagnosed based on the treatment of the physicians and hospital in their protocol).
At the age of 20, if you follow the normal protocol, you should be a sophomore in college, meaning my education should be half done. Instead of being half-done, I had to put up the good fight for myself and my father when he was alive, and make sure that upon medical leaves I return to school, keep up with the counselors, and make sure that even if I had the delay, I would graduate with my Bachelors. I will never forget when my dad as sick as he was took me to The Johns Hopkins University 2009 commencement to confirm with me that I will graduate from the university that I worked so hard to get into. May 23, 2013, I received my Bachelors of Arts in Natural Sciences Area major/Women, Gender, & Sexuality minor with my younger sister at The Johns Hopkins University. When they told me No, I kindly responded with YES.
Sky is the LIMIT. Keep on pressing on. I keep pushing and pressing. May 18, 2017, I walked at commencement as a candidate for my Masters of Public Health at The George Washington University and defended my CE/thesis on December 1, 2017. My next step that I choose to conquer and tackle is medical school as I’m currently preparing to retake the MCAT, while working during the interim.
Life is still giving me bumps. There are times I realize I might have to go to the hospital for medicine regimen tune-up or just because I don’t feel well. Despite these life bumps, I continue to persevere and share my testimony so I can inspire others.
This website is not for monetary gain. I simply made the site to have a therapeutic way of showcasing my transparency. I eventually would like my site to be on a global platform where fellow TRANSPARENTS are interviewed and we share our common struggles while enlightening others. The site will cater towards philanthropy via the number of views to the site. I will donate to a charity, domestic or global, at the end of the month. In the beginning since everything is 100% funded by myself, I will donate no more than $150; if the hallmark views exceed the amount to $150, I’ll create a crowdrise where people directly to the charity if its listed.
**If the site gets on a famous platform where I can make money off of the site, I’ll do the reverse of millennial philanthropists, where instead of donating 10%, I’ll donate 90% for each respective month, as charities will change each month**