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Rebraining My Brain

I need to rewire my brain, that’s the conclusion Lindsey (my counsellor) and I reached after my last session. I don’t like saying rewiring, so I made up the term rebrainig (which is not really a word, but I’ve decided to use … Continue reading

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My Two Instant Thoughts

When small things crush me, this is what I immediately think: I’m simply not meant for happiness & Why do X & Y never have any failures like mine?; they don’t work hard at all and things go well for … Continue reading

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Some Reasons of Why I Write

I write because I’ve always liked it. It doesn’t matter in what language I do it. I love Spanish and its words, but I love words more than any language. So now I write in English because it reaches more people; … Continue reading

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Our Love In Canada

Our love in Canada is:   Multicultural We’re in!  We look different, and actually, we are different! A mestiza and a white man, a Mexican and a Canadian. I have no interest in finding out where exactly my great-grandfather from … Continue reading

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The güero in my life

My grandma used to tell me that one day, un güero was going to fall in love with me. She was convinced that my eyes, my skin colour, my long dark hair was going to make a blond gringo or … Continue reading

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Almost 7 Years

Achieving one of my biggest dreams didn’t come easy. I wanted to leave Mexico, I wanted this so badly for many years. Eventually, I did it. I became permanent resident of a First World country, and now I’m lucky enough … Continue reading

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The Right to Complaint

  You can get lucky and everything will go well. You may force yourself to feel lucky and everything will falsely go well.   Nobody ever warned you about it what is it to warned about? They’re friendly, there are … Continue reading

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