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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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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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On Race

I never thought about race until I came to Canada. I didn’t understand the meaning of race and white privilege from a western perspective until I left Mexico. I’m a mestiza and I’ve always known that I’m not white. During … Continue reading

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A “Privilage” Story

A few weeks ago I found out about an essay contest I wanted to enter. It was a contest by The National Mexican Institute of the Woman. I was so excited because the topic was about female immigration experiences! I … Continue reading

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