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Lockers: A Flashback to School

When I see a set of lockers, all I can think about is my short, but traumatic stay at a public school. It was fifth grade, and I had just left a private school that I had attended for three … Continue reading Lockers: A Flashback to School

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We Wear This Stigma Like Vampires

They say we are vampires, sucking all that we can from the life around, Darkening the corners of the room with our minds, Hiding ourselves from the harsh light of day, because that is what we are made to do. … Continue reading We Wear This Stigma Like Vampires

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How Music Helps Me Cope

Music can be used as a coping skill for some people. It can also be used to relax people or calm them down. I personally make and listen to music to get my mind off certain things. It’s a stress … Continue reading How Music Helps Me Cope

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Living with ADHD

Do you ever walk into a room and forget what you went in there for? Or maybe you’re mid-conversation with someone and your head slowly starts turning towards the television, even though you’ve probably seen that same episode a thousand … Continue reading Living with ADHD

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A Letter to Other Young Mothers with Mental Health Concerns

My name is Elizabeth, and I am diagnosed with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder), Depression, and Bipolar Disorder. I found out I was having my son Michael at the age of fifteen. Although I knew I had depression and bipolar disorder, … Continue reading A Letter to Other Young Mothers with Mental Health Concerns

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