In the back of my mind, my depression is bigger than me.
October 10 is World Mental Health Day, and that’s as good a time as ever to start prioritizing your mental health.
Mental health isn’t a popularity contest. But if it was one, depression would be losing.
“My scars do not make me ugly or weak, but are something that I can learn and grow from.”
No one deserves to suffer in silence.
“I really care about you but I can’t do this anymore.’ The eleventh and final installment in the Tales of a Fuckgirl series…
How can I sit here and encourage other women to talk about their mental health when I can’t even be honest about mine?
Forget pedicures and bubble baths.
Depression is difficult to live with, alone, or in a couple.
Demanding good vibes from all people at all times is doing more harm than good…
“I ended up staying on antidepressants for over five years because each time I tried to wean off, I had the worst withdrawals…”
When depression has you in its grip, try these simple ways to feel better.
I know I could tell you that it’s about feeling sad, but it’s much more than that.
I am doing this at the risk of people who may criticize or question me, because at least some part of me knows: If I don’t, something worse will happen to me, and soon.