Welcome to my personal place in the online world. However, I am no stranger to the web life and its corners as I have a pretty solid base in terms of creating content and penning my words in online entertainment outlets.
Despite that, I am pretty introverted by choice because trust is a highly valued privilege and when you are disabled, you have a fear of others taking advantage. Although I tend to see the best in people, there is always a shadow that I am greatly cautious of.
My hope is to provide an open connection with those seeking out what life is like for an individual with Apert Syndrome and other chronic conditions. Bear in mind that what works for me medical-wise may not work for others. Just throwing that out there so there’ll be no misguidance.
There will be a later post that will define Apert and what it is exactly. Sure, you can use Bing, Google, or look it up in a medical text, but you won’t get the clear point of it unless you touch base with it personally. While life with it is not the end of the world, it does create a multitude of issues that I find challenging and annoying.
But what is life without the issues?
The subjects on the site will not just be focused on the disabilities because, after a while, I often get exhausted from their overbearings and it’s boring, and could be triggering. Not that disabilities should ever be triggering. With that being said, I’ll have a variety of stuff to share and spill.
Yet, since it is not always about me, what would you readers like to see on here? Photos of my dogs? Okay. My faith? Within reason. My favorite stuff such as whatever? Let me know what’d you like to see!
I will write weekly and if this takes off, social channels will be created.
Until next time loves,