I took it upon myself to research mental health statistics in the United States this morning after thinking about which state would be nice to move to once I had the resources to do so. What I found was shocking and disappointing, but interesting at the same time. Continue reading On Grading The U.S. For Mental Illness
Happy New Year! I hope your New Year’s is prosperous, enjoyable, and a fun event for you. It’s definitely been interesting for myself. Continue reading …And A Happy New Year!
My last post talked about me forgiving my mother for everything that happened growing up. Someone brought up trying to do something similar with their family, so I thought it would be good to write about dealing with unsupportive or difficult family members.
Continue reading Dealing With the (Possible) Inevitable: Difficult & Unsupportive Family
I’ve decided that today’s blog post is going to be doing something different: I’m doing the Daily Prompt offered by the WordPress staff. (writing about family issues abound)
People with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) have a long, uphill battle with stigma that can be trying, difficult, and almost impossible at times to deal with. However, while stigma is the longest battle, not many people think about the hardest battle when it comes to BPD: telling others you have it. Continue reading Telling Others About BPD