I'm one of those people that has never really known how or been able to process death; I become so numb and terribly afraid of saying the wrong thing to the one who is grieving or mourning the loss of a loved one that I pretty much just remain mute. Somehow I viewed death as 'that tragic thing that happens to other people' and I remember praying never to experience it in my own home or have it knock at the door of any of my friends or loved ones because I knew losing someone I loved would literally send me over the edge but little did I know that death had seen my fears and was planning on paying my household a visit before moving on to claim others that I knew and cared about.
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Just like anyone who moves to a new country, adjusting and navigating your way through could be a little or a lot difficult depending on certain factors that include but are not limited to; 1. The country in question 2. Any friends or family in the area 3. Proximity to local hotspots and hangouts 4. If the move was planned or unplanned 5. What stage of life you were in before the move happened
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Over the past few months, I've attempted to describe Sickle Cell Disease from a personal point of view being that my family has been and still is affected by it. I have shared personal stories as well as facts on the disease and and I personally have learned a couple of new things just from doing my own research online. You may or may not recall every single thing I've shared so in order to make things a bit more concise, below are 10 facts I think you should know about SCD.