I love when mainstream media covers mental illness is a positive way. It normalizes what we’re all experiencing and yet many still feel scared, ashamed and afraid to talk about it.
That’s why I was excited when I read the January issue of O magazine with essays and facts on suicide along with strategies and programs that can help.
We still have a lot of work to do when it comes to destigmatizing mental illness, but when I read accurate and compassionate articles like the ones in O magazine and of course our posts here, I’m hopeful.
The more we share, the less alone we feel.
Trapped in a Circle of Your Own Self-Doubt? 3 Steps Out
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – Stuck in a loop of self-doubt? Indecision can harm you. Here’s how to get out of it.
Siblings’ Vastly Different Experiences and Memories from Growing up in the SAME Family
(Full Heart, Empty Arms) – This shocking story shows that your experience can be different from your siblings even if you grew up in the same household and family.
5 Proven Strategies to Increase Happiness
(Reaching Life Goals) – If you strive to be happy in 2019, try doing this.
Recognizing The Dark Triad
(The Exhausted Woman) – Maybe you know someone who is manipulative, even aggressive. Maybe it’s your boss. Read this to determine if he or she is more than just difficult.
Ten Simple Techniques How to Control Anger
(Mental Health Humor) – Stop yourself the next time you get upset by practicing Chato’s ten tips.