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    2017-07-17 01:00
    &ldquo;We&rsquo;d only been together for a year when I was diagnosed with a blood clot in the brain. I couldn&rsquo;t work for months. I couldn&rsquo;t go out. I could barely leave the house. I became completely dependent on him in every way: he provided emotional support, he ran a lot of errands, he even helped me with bills. It was a very tough time for me. I&rsquo;ve always been independent. I&rsquo;ve never had to rely on someone like that before. And it scared me. We hadn&rsquo;t been dating for long. I thought the burden would become too much for him. So I got frustrated. I&rsquo;d get pissed at little things and I&rsquo;d take it out on him. But he never got rattled by it. The whole time I was afraid that my situation would become too much for him. When in reality, it was only a big deal to me.&rdquo; <br>
    2017-07-07 13:00
    &ldquo;I feel like I&rsquo;m just starting, but I think I&rsquo;d be fine if it all went away. &nbsp;I get that from my mother. &nbsp;From the moment I started singing, she always reminded me that all of this was a privilege, and could be taken at any moment. &nbsp;So singing is not how I define myself. &nbsp;I try to keep my identity rooted in my friendships and my faith.&rdquo;
    2017-07-07 13:00
    &ldquo;Having a child was the best thing that ever happened to us. &nbsp;But it is constant company with terrible conversation.&rdquo;
    2017-07-07 13:00
    &ldquo;I grew up outside of Miami. It wasn&rsquo;t easy to be young, black, and gay in my neighborhood. It was a very masculine space. All the guys played basketball or football. They wore oversize clothes. There was a clearly defined idea of what it meant to be a man. And I spent a lot of energy trying to meet that standard. I didn&rsquo;t like sports but I played anyway. If I ever got bullied for acting feminine, or hanging out with girls, I&rsquo;d take it to the extreme and insist on fighting. The black man is expected to be a rock. I think it comes from our history. We were abused for so long, I think there&rsquo;s a resistance to ever being vulnerable again.&rdquo;<br>
    2017-07-07 13:00
    &ldquo;I just had to sit down because I got short of breath. I was at a restaurant earlier where the manager had to seat me at the counter because I couldn&rsquo;t fit in the booth. &nbsp;I have pain in my knees and my joints. I sleep with a breathing apparatus at night. &nbsp;And I&rsquo;m a great candidate for a heart attack. &nbsp;I hate it. &nbsp;I hate the way I feel. &nbsp;But I&rsquo;ve been overweight for so long that people assume I don&hellip;&rsquo;t want to lose weight. &nbsp;Friends and family wonder why I don&rsquo;t just stop eating. &nbsp;But it&rsquo;s an addiction for me. &nbsp;When I walk past a bakery, I feel the same way that an alcoholic must feel when he walks past a bar. &nbsp;But people seem to think that the alcoholic is unable to quit. &nbsp;And they think I choose not to.&rdquo; <br>
    2017-07-07 13:00
    &ldquo;I asked her out during a movie. &nbsp;I was really nervous, so I executed with about half the talent level that I could have. I accidentally swallowed some cologne in the bathroom because I tried to open the packet with my mouth. &nbsp;Then I never actually had the courage to ask the question. &nbsp;I waited until there was a scene in the movie with a boyfriend and girlfriend, and I said: &lsquo;That could be us.&rsquo; &nbsp;It felt good coming out of my mouth. &nbsp;But then I looked over and saw confusion. &nbsp;But I rode out the awkward silence, and eventually she figured it out.&rdquo;<br>
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