If someone in your family is suffering from addiction, address the problem now.
In eleventh grade, I became sick with bipolar disorder, an illness that would shake my basic beliefs, my happiness, and my religious foundations.
I’ve learned that I can’t predict how anyone might respond to “the C word” — especially in bed.
Having privilege doesn’t mean your life is easy. It doesn’t mean that you never need to worry about a thing. It just means you most likely can’t see / feel / experience the hardships your privileges have saved you from.
Find out and catch up with Stav in the latest installment of #TheGirlWithTheCancer
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