As much as I write about my brain injury, I sometimes feel like I can't really explain exactly what it's like. Everything I read says different things about what it feels like but that's not always what I feel. I don't know if others feel the same way but as much as I try to … Continue reading The Invisible Rain Cloud
My goal this summer was to get a job, more important than going to the beach was to get a job, but summer is coming to an end in Puerto Rico and I still have nothing. I send and send emails, a went job hunting at the mall, spoke to store managers and left my … Continue reading Job crisis
I have been doing my best to keep up with the class I'm taking, and I think it's going pretty well, except for when the professor starts throwing homework assignments at the end of class. It's one, then quickly comes the other one and another one. By the time she's done I missed one or two, … Continue reading I requested and was promised accommodations, why can’t I get them?
President Obama has a new plan that I think should have been passed a long time ago I have heard about this before but it didn't sound like a real thing, and now it does. This law would mean that "anyone with a severe disability is eligible to have the government discharge their federal student … Continue reading Loan forgiveness for permanently disabled people
You know that thing that there are not a lot of jobs? People can’t find jobs in Puerto Rico, even less for young people, and very few for writers. Oooh and there’s this other thing that right before you graduate, you have this horrible accident, so then you can’t work after you graduate. You can’t … Continue reading I’m finally an adult who pays for her loans
After I proved to myself I could work out with a lot of people around me, I went to the gym at probably it's busiest time of the day, 7 p.m. Not only was it busy, but it closed in 2 hours, at 9, so I rushed through the routine, one exercise after the other … Continue reading Are you kidding me?