TODAY is the day!! I am officially a published author what!!!! “It's Ok to Not Be Ok” is now live on Amazon. Please click the link below and purchase your $0.99 e-book to help us get to Best Seller!! This price will only be available for the next TWO hours until 3pm ET (12pm PT, … Continue reading e-Book Released NOW for only $.99!!!
I am almost as happy about this announcement as I was about my pizza :’) I can almost say I am officially a published author! The "It's Ok to Not Be Ok" e-book is going live TOMORROW at 1pm ET (10am PT, 11am MT, 12pm CT). Please help us get to Amazon Best Seller by … Continue reading “It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” E-book Goes Live TOMORROW!!!
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https://open.spotify.com/episode/3PlOax4eZX4DmN3Ge4cd8J?si=TGne7Zf1RMGgIrg-9I00uQ October 2018 Hello everyone! I've decided I want to start publishing my podcasts with Worth Living Mental Health on my blog. I cohost this podcast with Worth Living founder Keith Anderson, and I've found it's a great way to reach people using a medium other than writing. I'm starting with our very first podcast … Continue reading Breakdown Dead Ahead
May 2017 This is an old email thread I received by a man named Vladimir Karas in response an article I published in 2017 titled "Becoming Bipolar." I had only been diagnosed with bipolar disorder for 5 months at that time and had been writing for even less, but thankfully I was very confident in … Continue reading To Cat Love Vladimir
November 2016 I am one month into my antidepressants when my psychiatrist tells me she has not seen any improvement in my “condition.” She doubles my dose of Prozac to 40mg, which, by the way, induces a hell of a lot of serotonin into one little tiny depressed body. I glare at her. I’m pissed … Continue reading Misdiagnosed With Depression: Panic Attacks Part 2
Hot chocolate reminds me of the hospital The first hospital I entered, the one that was set up like a house The hospital where we cooked our own food, cleaned our own living room The hospital where we could even check out knives Though we had to be constantly monitored with them I don't cook … Continue reading Hot Chocolate
A hallucination is a false sensory perception that is created by the mind and not actually experienced. Contrary to popular believe, a hallucination does not have to be some outrageous and obvious phenomenon. In fact, what makes a hallucination a hallucination is that it is not obvious at all, not to the person hallucinating. It … Continue reading Hallucinations
Hi everyone! My name is Nikki Opara. I own a mental health/lifestyle blog called HerDaringThoughts. I am excited to be writing for you all today. I reached out to Cat Davis and we both decided to touch on the topic of some triggers that can come up, whether in the workplace or at school. When … Continue reading GUEST POST “Triggers in the Workplace” by Nikki Opara
Did you know that suicide is the second leading cause of death for people aged 10 - 34? Or that the majority of those who desperately need help, those who are in the darkest of places, are unable to receive it? Have you ever thought about your own family members or friends, who are likely in need of support but … Continue reading Help End the Suicide Epidemic On College Campuses