“It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” E-book Goes Live TOMORROW!!!

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!!!

“It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” Pre-Sale!!!

Click the image below to buy!!! “It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” is available for pre-sale NOW for $19.99 at https://highrisk1.square.site!!! Every book ordered through this link will be autographed by me! This is an absolute dream come true, and I cannot express how thankful I am for all of the support I have received throughout … Continue reading “It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” Pre-Sale!!!

Breakdown Dead Ahead

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

Hallucinations

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

My Meds Make Me Fat: A Personal Account

I recently wrote a scientific-ish post about whether or not psychiatric medications cause weight gain (check it out here: https://highrisk1.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/my-meds-make-me-fat-a-mostly-empirical-account/). Now I want to share my personal struggle with weight gain, and how I figured out what I need to do to have a healthy and happy body AND brain. A happy post! Somewhat of … Continue reading My Meds Make Me Fat: A Personal Account

The Abandonment of the Suicide Attempt Portrayal on ’13 Reasons Why’

I have to admit, I was quite undecided for a long time about whether or not I approved of Hannah Baker's suicide attempt being graphically depicted on "13 Reasons Why," a Netflix original based off the book written by Jay Asher. When I first heard about the release of the show, I was thrilled. Finally … Continue reading The Abandonment of the Suicide Attempt Portrayal on ’13 Reasons Why’

My Meds Make Me Fat: A (Mostly) Empirical Account

My meds make me fat. Well, fatter. I'm not clinically overweight. My BMI is still normal, my cholesterol is normal, I don't have diabetes or heart disease or any potentially detrimental health effects. No outward signs of being actually, significantly, problematically fat. But I feel fat. I look fat when I'm in front of a … Continue reading My Meds Make Me Fat: A (Mostly) Empirical Account