"I have bipolar 2, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, and severe anxiety. I run a blog on my journey through mental illnesses and within my journey I have made the mistake of opening up to people I shouldn't have. They turned their backs on me and told me I was faking. They put me back to … Continue reading Believe
"Since the age of thirteen I have struggled with anxiety and depression. Only seeking help once when forced to speak with the guidance counselor at the young age of fourteen. And that one day had no effect on my health what so ever, the counselor could care less. She didn’t tell my parents which could … Continue reading Good Days
"Over ten years I began my battle with anorexia. I've lost and gained, literally and metaphorically. After a decade I'm proud to say I have finally entered treatment. For so long I was terrified of doctors, of being told what is "wrong" with me. I thought I could fix myself, and I got myself pretty … Continue reading Autonomy
"Being so misunderstood all the time allowed me to open my try to understand others on a much deeper level. It opened my eyes!" Anonymous post. Thanks for sharing!
“There are a lot of things that come with having severe panic disorders, insomnia, depression, and anxiety. People either want you to fake it till you make it, or they will be there for as long as they can handle it. Not everyone has the mental strength to handle what we go through every day. … Continue reading Ebbs and Flows
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I need this reminder so I thought I would share just in case anyone else needs it. With everything we struggle with, it's hard to reflect on the choices we have and accepting what we can change. Whether it is our thoughts, behaviors, relationships, etc...it is up to ourselves to make the choice. Either choose … Continue reading Choice in change