All good things (must) come to an end

Not all good things last forever. This phrase explains how I feel every time I lose the ability to smell because it’s only temporary. My sense of smell is no longer fading. It’s gone…for now. The past seven months have been nothing short of amazing and full of sensual experiences. I’m sad to see it go but felt it pulling away. I’m grateful for the … Continue reading All good things (must) come to an end

5 More Things You Shouldn’t Say To An Anosmic

Have you ever had a conversation with an anosmic? Do you keep forgetting that your family member and/or friend can’t smell? I previously posted 5 Things You Shouldn’t Say To An Anosmic. Here’s more examples of what not to say and reminders to be mindful when speaking to someone who has anosmia because Anosmics do have feelings. 1. “If I had to lose a sense, I’d … Continue reading 5 More Things You Shouldn’t Say To An Anosmic

Q&A with Yazmin Salazar, The Girl Who Can’t Smell Part II

In Part II of the Q&A with Yazmin, the Creator of The Girl Who Can’t Smell and podcast The Girl Who Can’t Smell Show, we’re discussing the impact of anosmia on Yazmin’s life, the invisible disability, the future of anosmia awareness, and more. If you’re just reading this, check out Part I here. S: What’s one of the biggest impacts anosmia has had on your life? Y: I think seeing … Continue reading Q&A with Yazmin Salazar, The Girl Who Can’t Smell Part II