Once a passionate dreamer brimming with curiosity and confidence, Myranda found herself stripped of independent outliers and plans for a future. Suddenly she knew nothing of who she was. The consequential feeling of identity loss was as though she’d forgotten how to be. Forgotten who Myranda, as an individual, lived, the things she loved, what made her laugh, cry, and even what she feared most. It became pertinent that she finds herself behind the words, and break free from society’s neatly categorized boxes. Today, Myranda is a survivor, a mother, and a follower of God. She is passionate about spirituality, creativity, the arts, and her role as a mother. In a world that tells us what to be and how to live, she prides herself on seeking real purpose through faith and challenging the status quo.