A home is a space to feel safe to live in, but what would it look like if the home was infected and became a torturous place to be- a space of nightmares? My work explores my diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 18 through a self-insert character who lives in a haunted house in her head. The haunted house serves as a metaphor for a sickening mental state after one day suddenly waking up with a disability. Through my character, I explore everyday feelings that someone with a newly diagnosed disability may go through such as sorrow, hopelessness, and depression. I explore these feelings within the main concept of body betrayal. She is being betrayed by her inability to transcend into acceptance, and creates a barrier out of these emotions that do not allow her to escape the haunted house of her mind.