Easy to Make and Inexpensive Holiday Gifts for Mental Health

The holidays and approaching new year can be both an exciting and stressful time trying to find unique gifts for those closest to you. This holiday season I decided to … Continue reading Easy to Make and Inexpensive Holiday Gifts for Mental Health

Life with Mental Illness: A Story of Acceptance

Life with Mental Illness: A Story of Acceptance Guest Post By: The Bipolar Babe  A Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder When I was in elementary school, I noticed that I felt … Continue reading Life with Mental Illness: A Story of Acceptance

12 Quotes for People Who Feel Extreme Empathy

Those of us who experience extreme empathy can feel misunderstood at times. Our sensitivity to the feelings, thoughts, and emotions of others can be both beautiful and consuming. It’s important … Continue reading 12 Quotes for People Who Feel Extreme Empathy

7 Famous Writers Who Lived with Mental Illness

The ability to feel emotions so deeply was both a curse and gift to many of the greatest writers throughout history. They used writing to express themselves which is why … Continue reading 7 Famous Writers Who Lived with Mental Illness

5 Things Every Person with a Mental Illness Needs to Hear

If you are open about your diagnosis of mental illness, most likely you are faced with more negative feedback than positive. We are labeled as damaged goods. When I was … Continue reading 5 Things Every Person with a Mental Illness Needs to Hear

12 Questions Answered About Mental Health Blogging

Many of the questions I receive are about my job as a mental health blogger. It excites me to have people reaching out for advice. I hope to see many … Continue reading 12 Questions Answered About Mental Health Blogging

9 Things Mental Illness Has Taught Me About Life

When we are faced with challenges, it’s hard to believe that something positive will come out of these periods of darkness, but there is. Sometimes the most important lessons in … Continue reading 9 Things Mental Illness Has Taught Me About Life

Life with Mental Illness: Why Do We Accept Being Loved in Halves?

One of my favorite writers, April Green, wrote a short poem that really spoke to me. And the moon looked down at her and said: ‘you are too full of … Continue reading Life with Mental Illness: Why Do We Accept Being Loved in Halves?

6 Ways to Help Your Partner Struggling with Depression

6 Ways to Help Your Partner Struggling with Depression By: Paul James Mental illness is a hard conversation to have with those around us, even when it’s with our significant … Continue reading 6 Ways to Help Your Partner Struggling with Depression

Marilyn Monroe-What You Didn’t Know About Her Journey with Mental Illness

In 1961, a year before her death, Marilyn Monroe wrote a six-page letter letter to her psychiatrist Dr. Ralph Greenson about her time at Payne-Whitney’s psychiatric ward. Just now when I … Continue reading Marilyn Monroe-What You Didn’t Know About Her Journey with Mental Illness

Wisdo: An App for People Living with Mental Illness to Connect with One Another

Stigma prevents those of us living with a mental illness from connecting with others who can relate to the challenges we face on a daily basis. Peer to peer communication is … Continue reading Wisdo: An App for People Living with Mental Illness to Connect with One Another