This blog is a safe space dedicated to speaking openly and honestly about mental health. Aside from discussing mental health, I also publish posts on spirituality, poetry, and short stories. 

I started this blog in 2015 to share my voice with the world and inspire others. I’ve been writing since my mother birthed me. Writing has always been my escape from the hardships of life. 

In 2023, you can expect posts twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays.

For quick access to all my mental health content, click here.

You can read both of my published short stories here

Check out a synopsis of each story below!

Incarcerated Letters is a short story taking place in Sunitha Drew’s jail cell. Throughout each chapter, Sunitha writes of living through sexual abuse, and the very thing that led to her incarceration: attempted murder. In between flashbacks, Sunitha teams up with a lawyer who has her own painful past. With someone from the law on her side, Sunitha may receive the closure and justice she deserves.

Between the Lines is a short story about a woman named Kim whose been living a picture-perfect life for the past 16 years. That life comes crashing down when she’s forced to look betrayal in the eyes. It’s a fictional story centered around marriage, heartbreak, and murder. Be advised, that it’s not for the faint of heart.

If you enjoy reading, I’d appreciate you checking out both of these stories and letting me know your thoughts.

I also have a page dedicated to sharing my poetry which you can find here.

I genuinely hope you welcome the year with ease. I hope your year is filled with joy, peace, and love. I encourage you to go after everything you desire.

P.S. – If my blog resonates with you be sure to subscribe so that you’re notified when I publish a new post!
– Jai

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