Part 2 by Christina Pelllegrino Written to myself: 7/19/17 Know this will pass. It’s not forever. Do what you can to be comfortable now. Everything is ok. I…

By Christina Pellegrino Christina Pellegrino This article is part of a series that will follow my journey through bipolar disorder. I will be reporting in a journal format…

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By Kristen Feasby There are days when I feel stuck on a hamster wheel. I can’t get off. The harder I try to free myself from the anxiety,…

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Print Print PDF By Christina Pellegrino In my years of dealing with several mental health disorders, I have come to learn what is at the true essence of…

Print Print PDF By Rhianna Levi As I write this post, I have Placebo playing in the background on my laptop. Music, reading and writing has become a…

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Print Print PDF By Jacob Morris Jacob Morris One of the phrases I despise the most is “you have too much time on your hands”. It’s something I’ve…