Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. A little about me:
I’m Sabine, a 20-something-year-old left-handed reality TV enthusiast with an impressive typing speed
(104 WPM). Born and raised in Los Angeles, I am the youngest of a large first-generation Syrian-American family (I have eight siblings). Growing up, I often had to engage in dialogue with others different from me. I am incredibly grateful for this because I always learned and grew from these experiences. Through these “differences,” I became aware of the similarities concerning mental, sexual, and physical health fundamentals that we all experience. These transcend race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and age; they are the foundation of what makes us all human.
I started this blog to create a safe space for people of all backgrounds to read, laugh, and discuss. Blending entertainment, opinion, lifestyle, and wellness, this site aims to share the basics of mental, physical, and sexual health that lie at the core of who we are.
As an aspiring physician and an (incoming) medical student, this blog is also a space to share any advice I can regarding pursuing a career in the medical field. Last but not least, this blog is also my outlet (and, hopefully, yours too).
We’re never done learning, and cultural competency is a quality that I continually seek to embody. Ultimately, my blog is a safe space where people of every background are supported and empowered.