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the scenes Ive experienced so much Ive dealt with a lifelong illness, sickle cell disease, and Ive had dozens of health scares over the years I gave birth to my daughter, Chase, against medical odds, and recently adopted my son named Chance Both of them came into my life at very different times and they both felt like miracleswhich youll hear all about later Im raising them as a single mother, just like my own mom Ive suffered tragedies and encountered the death of loved ones Ive become a strong, independent woman who refuses to back down Over the years, Ive learned that theres an upside to everything You might think your story is the worst and that no one can relate, but theres always someone whos going through the same thing as youif not worse My story belongs to me, but I hope it can help those who read it I hope that my ups and downs and my struggles will make you feel like youre not alone If I can survive, I know others can, too.I feel like all my hardships and all my pain have happened for a reason, whatever that reason is Living with a scary disease has made me a fighter Its taught me to push forward and look for the positive things in life Maybe Ive gone through all of this and learned these lessons so I could share them and make a difference Maybe, as you read this, my story can help you.Chapter 1Two Stories, One LifeWhen you perform, theres something that happens right before you go onstage Its almost magical, like becoming an entirely other person Before you step out in front of the crowd, you transform into someone else So, for much of my life, Ive been two people I have been myself, Tionne Watkins, a girl from Atlanta by way of Des Moines, with big dreams and a lifelong illness Ive refused to let define me But Ive also been T Boz, one third of TLC, the worlds biggest girl group Ive had dual stories, but theyve both been part of the same life I have a routine I do when I transform into T Boz Its always the same I look down, rock, pace the floor, and then get really quiet and tune everything out When I look up, Im T Boz Its an important centering process because music and dance are where I best express myself Its where my ideas about the world and society and myself can be brought together to create something bigger For me, music is everythingit makes you feel good, throughthe positive experiences and the negative ones, and TLCs tracks have always been songs everyone can relate to in some way When TLC formed in 1990, we had no idea our music would become so massive Our second album, CrazySexyCool, is one of only a few diamond certified albums ever in the US, selling over 10 million copies, and it was included on Rolling Stones list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time We won five Grammys, out of 17 total nominations, and we earned four No 1 singles and ten Top 10 singles We saw the sort of musical, commercial, and critical success that is rare for artists now, and I still marvel at how that was possible During those decades, as TLC formed and grew and exploded into the world, I stayed T Boz as much as possible when I was in the public eye I never fully drew back the curtain or revealed what happened behind the scenes, especially on TV or in magazine interviews I didnt want the press to know everything or to uncover too much of my personal life Ive always been genuine and open with our fans, of course, but I needed to keep some things to myself If you see who I am on both sides of the coin, both as Tionne and as T Boz, youll understand who I am and how I became a strong, independent woman who refuses to believe anything is impossible Although T Boz is an important part of me, Im clear that I was born Tionne and Ill die Tionne T Boz is someone I created, like an alter ego, and I know how to leave her onstage when I go homeunlike some celebs On April 26, 1970, I was born Tionne Tenese Watkins to James and Gayle Watkins in Des Moines, Iowa I came into the world with sickle cell disease, a genetic blood disorder, although my parents didnt know exactly what it was untillater I was sick from the moment I arrived, crying from pain and unable to voice what was ailing me My dad left me and my mama when I was 3 He was a singer and a trumpet player, and wanted to pursue his musical career in Florida, so my parents separated I always wanted my fathers love and attention, and for those first 3 years we were really close He took me to Smittys Donuts and his nickname for me was Little Vietnam because I used to run around like I was crazy Once I got into his bands beer, drank some of it out of the can, ran around in circles, and then passed out I always thought my dad was in Earth, Wind Fire because his band would play in our basement and sing Keep Your Head to the Sky My mama raised me on her own, working as many jobs as necessary to give me the best life possible She always told me I could be whatever I wanted to be, and she always stood by me when I was in pain Both of my parents could sing, so I think music was in my blood from the beginning Before they separated, they made an album together, but the record label ran off with the money My mamas song was I Dont Care No More and my daddys was Baby Think It Over Boy, could they sing And, as it turned out, I could, too What I wanted to be, as youll come to see, was a performer I was meant for the stage Singing and dancing came naturally to me, and I loved the feeling of giving something back to an audience Music can make you feel safe and connected, and it can give you a reason to keep going through any struggle or hardship Every time I sing and dance, I know I am helping someone I help them feel less alone I know this because I have felt alone I have been consumed with the sense that Im struggling solo, that no one else seems tounderstand the pain or challenges Ive faced But the truth is that we all go through bad times, just as we all go through good ones None of us are alone in that While my fans may not share my exact struggles and some may not deal with a serious illness like sickle cell disease, I believe theres something everyone can take away from my story There are different levels of pain, but pain is pain, even though we all handle it differently It can hurt no matter where it comes from But if you have a positive attitude and you embrace your own strength, it can help you get past that pain or learn how to cope with it My life story is very much linked to sickle cell disease, an incurable blood disorder The disease, sometimes known as SCD, is hereditary, passed from parents to children in their genes If a child is born with sickle cell, it means that theyve inherited two abnormal hemoglobin genes, one from each parent Its not something you can catch or develop later in life its with you from the moment you come into existence Sickle cell disease changes the shape of your red blood cells Instead of being round, like normal red blood cells, SCD cells are curved into a crescent shape hence the term sickle and cant hold on to oxygen the right way Because of this, the cells cant get where they need to go, so you can have a stroke, suffer organ failure, or die Its the sort of thing some people have heard about, but no one ever really seems to know quite what it is Although you may not be that familiar with it, sickle cell disease is not uncommon In fact, it is the most common genetic disorder in the US About 100,000 Americans are thought to be living with sickle cell disease, and each year another 1,000 babies are born with it The majority ofpatients are black about 60 to 80 percent in total , but it can affect other races, including people of Indian and Middle Eastern descent.There are three main types of sickle cell disease sickle cell anemia, SC, and SS Each of these can also be mixed with other blood disorders, such as beta thalassemia, which creates variations on each The one people usually have heard of is sickle cell anemia Mine is a very specific type called sicklethal with arthritis, which is sickle cell type SC mixed with arthritis and beta thalassemia, a blood disorder that reduces the production of hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen I didnt receive a correct diagnosis until I was 28 years old, which has always caused problems because doctors have never known how to help me.When you have sickle cell, your red blood cells get stuck on their way around your veins, causing blockages and stopping the oxygen from getting to your vital organs Where theres a lack of oxygen, you can go into a crisis, an attack of severe pain, sometimes located only in a certain spot and sometimes all over your body Often, its hard to breathe or walk or even do something as basic as holding a pen A crisis can happen without any warning Just, bam Youre in the hospital again If you go swimming, get on a plane, get caught in the rain, or experience a change in climate, you could fall ill Even if I get really emotional or stressed out, a crisis can come on Drinking alcohol thins your blood, as does flying on a plane, so thats a no no, too You dont always have to go to the hospital for a crisis, but if you cant get it under control at home right away, it usually lands you in a hospital bed And, of course, I picked a career that is a real no no for sickle cell patients because Im always active, always traveling, and always on planes and in different climates.Sickle cell disease currently does not have a cure, although they have found ways of curing unborn children and, in some rare cases, patients under the age of 40 Thats the general cutoff because trying to cure someone as they get older, in most cases, can do harm than good That means theres no cure for meat least right now Its a lifelong disease and you have to manage it every single day Its a learning process, too What can your body handle Whats the breaking point Each new experience, each new day, gives you a little data on how to better survive You figure out what works and what doesnt, and then you move forward from there And youre always trying to figure out because your body changes over time, and youd be surprised how much doctors dont know and dont help And honestly, some just dont care.Youd think Id have it all figured out by now But, if Im telling the truth, its incredibly hard to live with this disease Its incredibly hard to live with any disease With sickle cell, you dont always know when a crisis is coming One can arise at any time, in any place, totally debilitating you Some days I wake up consumed by pain, which seems to manifest itself slightly differently every time Its like knives stabbing me over and over again in my joints The invisible knives leave no place untouched except my fingers and toes Its impossible to function like that Sometimes I cant even hold a glass of water Usually, when Im in a lot of pain, I cant walk It hurts to lie down, but it hurts to sit up Every breath I take throbs and each gasp of air comes in with a sharp twinge I used to hate for my mom to carry me to the bathroom when I was sick as a kid, so Id crawl there on all fours, no matter how much it hurt or how long it took I was stubborn that way.When youre strong and have a high tolerance for pain like me and you dont always act sick, you can go to the hospital in a crisis and sometimes the nurses will say, Well, it doesnt look like anythings wrong They dont always want to help you if youre not screaming and crying and acting a fool But my mom taught me to calm down When you scream or move around or get agitated, the pain gets worse So if you mentally try to stabilize yourself, it can help Sometimes people think I have a hard exterior or that Im putting on a face, but its not like that When you have something so debilitating and so painful, you train yourself to stand strong and not complain and not look for any pity.Maybe you cant fathom what its like to feel the things Ive feltand thats been true of people around me a lotbut I bet you can imagine why strength through anything tough is so important Its especially important if you have kids and theyre in the hospital with you You dont want your kids to know you think you might die And there were some instances where I really could have died I dont want my daughter or my son to feel my pain Ive felt like Im dying inside and Ive had to keep a normal face on Its a double edged sword, because I am afraid and I do need support, but I also understand that my own strength is essential, both for me and for those around me.It can be especially scary because, as Ive learned, a lot of doctors dont know much about it Thats true about most doctors when it comes to a lot of things, but they dont want to admit it because its their job to know Medicine is technically a science, but Ive found much of it is actually just guesswork Theyll stick a needle in you or give you a drug even if theyre not sure what its going to do They treat the symptoms, not the cause Ive been very mistreated in hospitals over the years Agood doctor looks at the whole person, not just the disease They learn your name, and they ask how youre doing and find out your medical history Good nurses do the same They show kindness and they treat you like a person, not an object.But when you spend as much time as I have in a hospital bed, you learn that some doctors and some nurses are not caring at all When I was a child, during one particular hospital stay, I remember feeling really sick and not wanting to eat My mama left to go to the lobby for 10 minutes and the nurse took it upon herself to force feed me She stood over me, a bite of liver in her hand.No, I shook my head No, thank you Instead of listening to me, she pressed my mouth open and shoved the food into my throat When my mom returned, she was furious The nurse was fired for it, and to this day, I cant stand liver.I was turned from a patient into a guinea pig, especially when I was young Doctors gave me all sorts of conflicting drugs, and Ive been given drugs that constipate me and then drugs that act as a laxative Theyve given me drugs that have made me break out, throw up, scratch my skin uncontrollably, and hallucinate some almost stopped my heart They loaded me with really powerful painkillers, which has been a nightmare Its put my body through so much Sometimes I feel like the medication has done harm than good.There are three types of medication that work best for sickle cell to contain the pain The strongest are Demerol, Dilaudid, and morphine They administer them through a pump in your IV, usually every 15 minutes in little spurts, or through your actual IV every 4 to 6 hours I itch on all three of them, because my body rejects pain medicine Dilaudid has made me puke so hard that one of my ribs cracked, and it hasalmost stopped my heart and almost killed me, so its not an option Im allergic to morphine, which makes it pretty miserable I see rats every time I take it, so they switched me over to Demerol But after Michael Jackson died, that was taken off the market Its a really dangerous drug Its given people seizures and halted their heart from beating So now Im back on morphine when Im in the hospital, and I have to deal with all the crazy side effects The doctors give me Benadryl and something for my stomach so I wont puke before taking the morphine Its a rock and a hard placethe pain from the disease or the misery of the drugs that are supposed to help you.Because Ive been given so many drugs in the hospital and had so many IVs, my veins are pretty burned out The worst part is when they take you off the medication because you go through withdrawal Its important to wind down slowly, so they lower the dosage gradually You have to deal with hot and cold flashes, shaking, crazy dreams, bad nervesits the worst Your body has to sweat out all the super strong drugs you didnt even want in the first place It can be really traumatic, even though you get used to the process.I have all this knowledge now, but no one knew anything in the 70s when I was growing upor in the 80s or 90s, for that matter When I was a baby I cried all the time No one could figure out why, and there wasnt a lot of research available on genetic disorders like sickle cell back then But my mom knew something wasnt right My early years were spent packing and unpacking a suitcase to go to the hospital in Des Moines Even though we didnt understand what my disease was yet, we got to know the signs of the sickness coming on The pain would weave through my limbs and Id cry and cry.Sometimes Id get delirious and not know where I was Other times my face would swell up really badly and Id get super pale with pink lips and dark circles under my eyes.My mom was there by my side the whole time, comforting me and holding my hand She used to sing a melody using my name to calm me down I know a girl, a pretty lil girl, oh, Tionne, oh, Tionne Tenese, my mama would croon And it helped She took me to get a special treat on the way to the hospital every time Sometimes we went for sugar biscuits at Mustards, or to Smittys Donuts, or to Tasty Tacos The food would make me forget about the pain and the fear, and for a few moments, the tears would ebb.There were a lot of things that could bring on a crisis when I was a kid By trial and error my mom figured out some of them too much heat dehydrated me, and too much cold made me achy and my bones hold on to the low temperature Swimming in a chilly pool or the ocean, drinking milk, playing in the snow, or getting something out of the freezer could all trigger a crisis Stress, exhaustion, and fighting all messed me up, too It felt like anything and everything could be a trigger.In 1977, after years of illness and uncertainty, my mom took me back to Mercy Hospital in Des Moines An Indian doctor, whose name I dont remember, did a few tests Theyd been testing me since I was born, trying to figure out why I was always getting sick, but this time the doctor claimed to have found the reason.She has sickle cell anemia and allegetic arthritis, he told my mom while I sat on the table Its serious.What does that mean my mom asked I leaned forward I wanted to know, too Maybe he could get rid of all my pain.She wont live past 30, he explained, bluntly She cant ever have children Shes going to be disabled her entire life.I was only 7 years old, but I wasnt too young to understand what he was saying I looked around the room, staring at my mama and this doctor Who was he talking about This wasnt my story I was going to be a famous performer He was clearly mistaken.My mom saw my confusion She put her hand on my arm and lowered herself to look into my eyes Dont worry, honey, she said confidently God has the last say so in your life.That guy was the first doctor to be totally wrong, but certainly not the last I knew better than to believe him, though I was meant for something much bigger and much greater I wasnt going to be the victim of a disease he didnt seem to know much about I was going to be a star and no illness was going to get in my way.Having this disease doesnt have to be a death sentence, although you can die from it It doesnt mean your life cant be well lived and happy Im proof of that Ever since I came clean to the public that I have sickle cell disease in the mid 90s, Ive worked really hard to be an outspoken advocate for other sick people, especially kids Doctors and medicine have come a long way since I was born, but there are still misconceptions about sickle cell Its not always an easy life, although some people on the outside might think so because I have a strong persona But its possible to face those hard times head on and survive.This takes me to the other half of my story, which involves a very different version of the word sick In TLC, I saw things and went places that most people can only dream of TLC hasreleased four albums since we formed in Atlanta, and we spent 2016 and 2017 making our fifth Weve had major successes and major struggles Theres been birth, death, bankruptcy, feuds, and, most important, relatable songs and timeless music So many times Ive heard our song Waterfalls being played in a store or on a TV show or from a car window while Im driving down the street or standing in an elevator As I was suffering from the pain of sickle cell disease and as I was grappling to figure out how to live with it, I didnt feel like I had to be defined by my illness Im a performer first, and I just happen to have a lifelong problem to deal with Some of the most important moments of my life have arrived because of TLC.Here are some examples of that The two people who had the most musical influence on me were Michael Jackson and Prince Throughout our career, I met both, which was seriously insane I can still barely believe it I even got to work with Michael Jackson when TLC performed at two of his Heal the World benefit shows, which was a dream come true In 2000, TLC performed at Madison Square Garden, the holy grail of venues It was sold out, which is a really big deal During the show, we launched into our single No Scrubs Suddenly, through the speakers came the twang of a guitar It wasnt one of our bands guitars, but something about it sounded familiar I turned around and it was Prince Id met him before that night, but I never imagined that hed come up onstage with us The reverberation of his guitar strings echoed around me and out into the crowd, urging a cheer from the audience, who were just as surprised as we were.In that moment, I almost stopped singing All I could think was, This is not happening to me I forgot, for a moment,that I was T Boz I temporarily lost the knowledge that I was supposed to be a celebrity, too I went into fan mode I wasnt Tionne on this stage, so I couldnt get star struck I had to consciously breathe and remind myself to keep singing I had to silently tell myself to get it together And even though he was onstage with all of us, I felt like he was there with just me At the end of the song, Prince just vanished We kept performing We didnt even get a chance to speak to him after the showhe arrived and then disappeared, like a magician fading in and out of the room.As youll see, the journey of TLC is an incredible one I believe everything happens for a reason, and it seems like a lot of things lined up for us to become what we became There are stories of rebellion, of delight, of triumph We set out to be trendsetters and we did just that Weve toured the world, playing on massive stages in huge rooms to crowds of thousands Weve won awards and become a household name Our fans from the 90s have had children and have brought those children to our recent shows, making us a band for multiple generations We were able to do it because we worked hard, cared a lot, and believed it was possible.The music industry can be hard, too TLC learned that early on We lost a lot of money The music business is exactly thata business You get to make meaningful art, but at the end of the day its about the bottom line I signed my name to a contract at 19 years old that I was stuck to for years against my will I was subservient to what other people thought was best for me and for TLC People in this industry want to exploit you and exploit your talent, and you have to learn not to let them I almost threw in the towel on music than once TLC had great successes, but we also had some failures, too And worst of all, we lost one of our own, a tragedy that lingers with me to this day.Im a person who is afflicted with disease Sickle cell hasnt been the only health scare Ive dealt with But the slang version of the word sick means something else, awesome or excellent My life, as hard as some of it has been, has been incredible I wouldnt trade it for the world So to say Ive had a sick life is twofold Ive been in and out of the hospitals, but my life has also been awesome I have these two stories converging into one, where sometimes Im Tionne and sometimes Im T Boz.But the truth is that both of these women are the same person Were both mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, artists, and survivors We both know that it takes hard work to succeed and that giving up is never an option We also both know that after the darkness there is always light It can be hard to see in the moment when you feel trapped and blinded, but its there, waiting to shine in You have to have faith that the light will come When Im sick, I always take myself to a peaceful place I love water, so I imagine a cave of three waterfalls and a stream that takes you to a beautiful beach Its calm and quiet, and it helps me remember that everything will be okay.I was given a death sentence of 30 years old I lived past it I was given another death sentence, by another doctor, of 45 years old I lived past that one, too I was never supposed to have children, and my daughter Chase is now a teenager I recently adopted a son from birth named Chance I was told Id be disabled my entire life, but I still get onstage andperform my heart out every month So no one can tell you what youre going to be Only you and God know your path, and like my mama said, he has the last say so.What makes you keep going when your body continually fails you Why do you stand up again and again and keep trying to survive For myself, its for many reasons for love, for my daughter, for my son, for my family, for music, for the fans Ive always kept standing back up, no matter what obstacle was placed in front of me, because thats the only thing you can do And if I can do that, after all these years, anyone can The truth is that anything you really want in life is never easybut its worth it.When I was first starting out as a performer, before TLC blew up, I was working on my dance moves with my friend Devyne Stephens, who is a choreographer.Tionne, he asked, do you know what a true choreographer is No, I said What is it Its not a person who learns a dance and teaches it to another, he told me Its a person who creates the dance and makes the world follow.Well, thats what Im going to be, I confirmed And I thought about it I wanted to be a true choreographer Someone who could create and make the world follow When youre an artist, you want to be a trendsetter Or, at least, the best artists do I wanted to be successful like Michael Jackson or Prince, but still be known for being myself I always want to reach for the top in everything I do, whether its writing new music or creating a music video or even writing a book I embraced that idea throughout TLCs career I created the dances for some of our biggest hits, like Waterfalls, Whatabout Your Friends, and Creep They became iconic And like Devyne said, I got to watch the world do those dances He really helped me with my confidence as a performer and as a dancer, and I saw the proof of my work linger with our fans.When I was born, anything was possible The world was limitless But I struck out on my own path and chose my own way I was wholly myself throughout all of it I may not have always shared my stories with the public or opened the curtain completely, but Ive never deviated from who I am as both Tionne and as T Boz That is the key You should always be who you are Just because none of the girls are wearing baggy pants and dancing with the guys doesnt mean you cant Just because the music industry expects women to sex themselves up to sell music doesnt mean you have to Just because the doctors tell you that youll die doesnt mean you will You get to choreograph your own life And if you do that, if you make the moves your way, the world will follow.A candidmemoir of fame, strength, family, and friendship from the lead singer of TLCAs the lead singer of Grammy winning supergroup TLC, Tionne T Boz Watkins has seen phenomenal fame, success, and critical acclaim But backstage, she has lived a dual life In addition to the balancing act of juggling an all consuming music career and her family, Tionne has struggled her whole life with sickle cell diseasea debilitating and incurable condition that can render her unable to perform, walk, or even breathe A Sick Lifechronicles Tionnes journey from a sickly young girl in Des Moines who was told she wouldnt live to see 30 through her teen years in Atlanta to how she broke into the music scene and became the superstar musician and sickle cell disease advocate she is today Through Tionnes tough, funny, tell it like it is voice, she shares how she found the inner strength, grit, and determination to live her dream, despite her often unpredictable and debilitating health issues She dives deep into never before told TLC stories, including accounts of her friendship with Lisa Left Eye Lopes and her tragic death Tionnes unvarnished discussion of her remarkable life, disease, unending strength, and ability to power through the odds offers a story like no other. 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    • A Sick Life: TLC 'n Me: Stories from On and Off the Stage
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    • Tionne Watkins
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    • 12 December 2016

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