I'm not ashamed.
When people have a Mental Health diagnosis they never even wanted themselves & others throw "words" around to stigmatize, it's like sentencing a completely innocent person to death row for a crime they weren't even present to commit. Falsely accused of a crime. And now dealing with consequences that don't fit. The punishment doesn't fit... Continue Reading →
In a discussion today, this thought came to me. When our loved ones life has been impacted and altered by mental illness, some of us tend to grieve the loss of the person we once knew them to be. The person before their life was impacted by this illness that came out of no where.... Continue Reading →
Mental illness does not discriminate. It does not care your gender, race, culture, religion, age, skin or hair color, shoe size, weight, height. So it can happen at any age to any person without warning. Take care of your mental health as best you can. Become better informed about mental health disorders / illnesses. So... Continue Reading →