Happy Thursday! I’ve managed to come across some resources for crisis and just plain good informative content that I think is worth sharing. Enjoy! let me know if you have any resources to add to this list! As always, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for the United States. They’re a great resource for if you […]Read more "let’s talk about resources"
I’m supposed to be writing an essay for a class, so let’s do this instead. Raise your hand if you struggled with your mental health in middle and high school? All of us. No surprises there. As I’ve mentioned before, onset of a disorder occurs when there are biological, psychological, and social changes going on. Ding, […]Read more "let’s talk about need for funding and education in schools for mental health"
College is a time for finding yourself, for experiencing that first true taste of freedom, for making friends, and for figuring it out. For many, college is also a time of onset of mental illness. Common onset for many disorders is between 18-25. How old are traditional college students? between 18 and 25. Couple […]Read more "let’s talk about college and mental health"
Spoilers galore. Just going to start by saying I loved the book back in the day. I watched the entire season in two days and was surprisingly impressed with the portrayal. Usually the media has a tendency to get it all wrong when it comes to mental illness. I thought they did great, especially after […]Read more "let’s talk about 13 Reasons Why"
just taking the opportunity to share a link for a fundraiser I am participating in for suicide awareness and prevention through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. My blurb about why I do what I do is in my link. Donations are 100% tax deductible, too! learn more and donate here If you are in […]Read more "Out of the Darkness Campus Walks"
We’ve all done it. “I’m so OCD” but you don’t wash your hands until they bleed so your mom doesn’t die “wow she’s being so bipolar” do you mean easily upset? “ugh I’m so ADHD” are you? when were you diagnosed? “they’re a psycho” again, do you mean easily upset? “I’m having a panic attack“ are […]Read more "let’s talk about implications of our diction"