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I'm Taylor, a gluten-free guy with Celiac Disease, POTS, and a rare type of Adrenal Disorder. I overcame a lot during my teenage years and I'm on a journey to get the best out of my health (mentally and physically). Whether you're here for chronic illnesses or mental health; my goal is to share my story to help anyone feel happy & healthy in life. Read more...

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My insecure thoughts just one year ago: ⠀ "I hate my teeth."⠀ “I’m underweight." ⠀ "I wish my my legs weren't so skinny.” These were all thoughts that kept me from being myself...I was afraid to truly smile, I worried how I looked shirtless, and I avoided wearing shorts whenever I could. I found myself spending SO much energy trying to "fix" my insecurities, when really, no one seemed to noti...

Early on, I battled asking for consent versus “taking charge” on a regular basis. I never wanted to “ruin the mood” and I often found myself with people who felt like I ruined the mood if I asked. After more experiences and well, life, I learned that there is nothing more sexy than someone who cares about you enough to make sure that YOU are ok with what is happening, even in a vulnerable state. Intimacy SHOULD be shared wit...

When it comes to relationships, I am not half, I am whole. I rely on myself for happiness. I don’t use my illnesses as a crutch. I take accountability for my mental health. I do all of these things because I never want to place my value or self-worth into the hands of another. That belongs to me. Sometimes when we leave a relationship, we feel that part of us stays with it. Part of us feels that we did wrong, we weren’t enough...

I struggled for years to understand who I am. So many moments I was terrified of what people would think of me...some people made fun of me when I came out as bisexual, some people made me feel isolated when I thought I was asexual, but now, I don’t care. Yes, it may not be “normal” to be pansexual, but I’m done feeling abnormal for ONE PART of who I am. When I say I’m pansexual, I say it for ME to understand. It doesn’t cha...

I’ve struggled to be who I am. I’ve shifted things about myself to better suit people that I meet. That’s not healthy. Should I stop doing something I love because someone else doesn’t like it? Should I stop discovering who I am because I’m worried what people will think about my change? No, but I did.

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About Me

I'm Taylor, a gluten-free guy with Celiac Disease, POTS, and a rare type of Adrenal Disorder. I overcame a lot during my teenage years and I'm on a journey to get the best out of my health (mentally and physically). Whether you're here for chronic illnesses or mental health; my goal is to share my story to help anyone feel happy & healthy in life. Read more...

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