I wasn’t raised to hide mental illness, even during times of crisis.
Depression is the most convincing liar you’ll ever meet.
Don’t assume someone is fine just because they’re smiling.
October 1–7 is Mental Illness Awareness Week; and that’s as good a time as ever to start prioritizing your mental health.
When depression has you in its grip, try these simple ways to feel better.
Here’s the thing about depression: it cycles.
Because your brain never switches off, no matter how much you want it to.
Imagine living the worst moment of your life over and over again.
The outside doesn’t always match the inside.
You might want to start looking for a cheap plane ticket…
It might be time to rethink your birth control method.
Forget pedicures and bubble baths.