• Tiffany Rachel

Anger & Acknowledgement.


Yes, I know. Almost every time I talk about America, it sounds like I am bashing and throwing shade to America. I can say I am guilty of that.

America is not bad. Yes, the country has it's problems, but so does Japan.

I want to make it clear that my personal experience in the states was not all peaches and cream, AT ALL. Undoubtedly, the anger comes from learning and experiencing unpleasant things, in which has built up and simply never had a chance to let loose.

The acknowledgement comes in, where I accept all that I have experienced, and turning it into a benefit of all of the bad experience that I have been through.

Also, it is knowing and reminding myself repeatedly that if I had stayed in Japan instead of moving to the states when I did, then I would have turned out worse, simply from lack of knowledge.

The same way there is no such thing as right without left, there is no good without bad.




My Fear.

I think fear has its way of being a disruption, but at least I won't let it stop me from saying this: There are now many people who are getting to know me, as I am getting to know myself. All I did in


This goes a little bit with identity. In a sense that, my response from people asking me of who and what am I is what determined if I was going to be accepted by those who are asking, and the other pe

By choice.

I think something that has been on my mind is that, it can be a challenge to see someone for who they are when they have a unique or different background. For example, as silly as it sounds, if an Ame