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Thought Bubbles

Dear Heart-Parents…

on
October 26, 2019

A few honest words to parents and relatives of children with congenital heart disease. Disclaimer: It is possible that some topics might be triggering. Please take careof yourself and read this text if you feel emotionally stable about it.

Dear heart parents

I am writing this letter to show you that…

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When “go hard or go home” doesn’t work out

on
August 30, 2019

Disclaimer: The following text is about experiences and thoughts because of my disability regarding my studies. I want to share this so that maybe other people who are stuck in a similar situation may feel less alone. I do not share this to get attention. Nor do I…

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Good enough

on
August 26, 2019

The thoughts run though my head and I try to put any
of these into order. To find words that describe what I feel. Words, that don’t
want to get out of my mouth. And so I delete every new sentence, right after I
started it, because these words, this juxtaposition of…

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The thing with being alone

on
August 16, 2019

We all know these days, when the weight of the world
seams to overwhelm us. We all sometimes feel alome and sometimes we realize,
that we are not alone witg our thoughts.

I can be alone, on my own. And I am repeating this words over and over
while I am hoping that…

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And maybe a text could say more than a selfie

on
August 16, 2019

“If you’re always trying to be
normal, you wil never know how amazing you can be!” – Maya Angelou

Exactly three years ago, I started a blog on Instagram, not knowing what
this page would mean to me one day. What it means to me today. I didn’t start
an Instagram profile because…

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Love letter to myself

on
August 16, 2019

To everyone who sometimes forgets how important they are.

To you. And also to me.

Dear you, dear me,

There is something I wanted to let you know.

One day, I wished, I was beautiful. I wished, I had the courage to show who
I really am. To show that I am not made…

Sabrina
Münster, DE

My name is Sabrina and I am living with half a heart. Living with chronic illness can be challenging. That's why I share my experiences, my learnings and moments full of real emotions, love and vulnerability. In this way, I want to encourage other people with and without chronic illness to live a life they love. I am a student, a blogger and public speaker.