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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: La Protagoniste

This post is by La Protagoniste. Dealing with Depression When Help Isn't Available It is really confusing when you have a condition that you do not have a blame for. The thoughts that cross your mind are that you must be the only one going through it. It sometimes might make you feel like a… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: La Protagoniste

The emerging blogger series on Mental Health @ Home
Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Sara (Wishing Tree)

This post is by Sara of Wishing Tree. Purpose Writing helps me access that which I cannot speak. I write in order to release – to free myself of all that entraps me – to give a voice to all of the parts inside of me that cannot make a sound. Writing teaches me to… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Sara (Wishing Tree)

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: In My Head With Simon

This post is by In My Head With Simon. Making Peace with Where You Are A Letter to Students who battle Mental Illnesses To Those Who Battle with Mental Illness: I am a planner. I plan my diet. I plan my agenda for the day. I meticulously planned my academic journey and my future career.… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: In My Head With Simon

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger: Jodie (A Prisoner By No Crime of My Own)

This post is by Jodie of A Prisoner By No Crime Of My Own. I Wasn't Born Yesterday (circa 1935) God will always give you enough. That was my grandmother. This picture was taken of her in the early 1920s. She was born Elna Selinda, but later changed her name to Eleanor to remove some… Continue reading Emerging Blogger: Jodie (A Prisoner By No Crime of My Own)

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Quiet Person Loud Thoughts

This post is from Quiet Person, Loud Thoughts. What Happens When You Don't Die A little while ago now, I didn’t die, and a lot of things have happened since then. I hope this piece can offer hope for those feeling bad, and an opportunity to empathise for those who don’t. I’m so scared that… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Quiet Person Loud Thoughts

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Dhruv (Melan-jolly)

This post is by Dhruv of Melan-jolly. How My Journey With Depression Began As A 12 Year Old What three words would you use to describe yourself? Rude,weird, and selfish. © Dhruv Tyagi Those are the thoughts 12-year old Dhruv had. As children, we’re raised to believe that there are only two kinds of people in… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Dhruv (Melan-jolly)

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Tori Talks

This post is by Tori Talks. Mental Health Illnesses are NOT Adjectives Do you ever hear these phrases? Have you ever said one yourself? ‘They are acting so bipolar today.’ ‘Sorry, I’m a little OCD.’ ‘You look anorexic.’  ‘She is such a psycho.’  Using mental health illnesses as adjectives can be extremely damaging. We need… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Tori Talks

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Stronger Than What Hurt Me

This post is by Stronger Than What Hurt Me. Ranger Cervix & Jaime Chandra of 11th Principle: Consent! / CC BY-SA Rape culture is fucked I do not understand why rape culture is how it is. Why do we defend the rapist and blame the victims. Why do we say how wonderful they were in… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Stronger Than What Hurt Me

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Emerging Blogger Series, Mental Health

Emerging Blogger Series: Meagon (Prose for the Masses)

This post is by Meagon of Prose for the Masses. Image by Alexandra_Koch from Pixabay  PTSD's Many Different Colors I am not a veteran. I have not survived a major genocide nor am I a survivor of horrific abuse. I do not outwardly bear the signs of someone struggling, but inside is a catalyst of angst and worry… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Meagon (Prose for the Masses)