So as everyone knows; mental health is something that gets affected constantly by different things every single day with each passing minute. One thing that affects it the most is trauma; especially when it happens during your childhood, and when you've just begun being a teen. Just picture it for a moment. You're a 15 year old, minding your own business, walking to a classroom, and then you suddenly feel something or, rather someone touch you. And where this someone is touching is not your shoulder.
In general, most people that want to start a family, can just have sex and then hope for the best. But what about the people who have disorders that love children with all of their hearts, but worry they will struggle to have a child of their own? Well, now that I've introduced you to the depressing disorder Tuberous Sclerosis Complex itself, I am going to explore the idea of pregnancy and planning a family while living with TSC. First off, I have never been pregnant, but I've thought about what would happen when I discover I am expecting.
Ah dogs, almost everyone loves them, don’t they? Well, some breeds are misunderstood simply because of their behavior, but most of us never take the time to really think about why they act that way. Is it something we’ve done? Is it an issue of their own?
I was scrolling through social media like any other day, and I stumbled upon a game that sucks you away into a fantasy world, where you get to make your own choices within every situation they provide.
Marriage is a beautiful thing, there are lights all around, music, food, drinks of all kinds, and the two people celebrating the ceremony. But is it truly worth it to go through all this? Do you really need to have all these fancy things, a perfect setting, and etc?
TSC (Tuberous sclerosis complex) is a genetic disorder that can only be given to another through birth. It is one of those disorders that cannot be cured and can come in many forms.