My new article has been published on The Mighty! Click here to read “5 ways to treat yourself on a … More
But first… one of my articles has been published by The Mighty! Click here to read “6 Coping Mechanisms That … More
Disclaimer: This post is not meant to be medical advice, if you are in need of medical assistance or advice, please, … More
The past week has been quite a productive week (yay!) and I have exciting news! So please excuse the use … More
We still have very far to go regarding the eradication of the stigma surrounding mental illness and chronic illness, especially … More
Bullying is most often seen as “something that always happens” and “just something that kids do” — it’s “kids being kids”. I know that bullying is present in all schools and also in other spheres of life. But that doesn’t make it right. I don’t see why it should be some kind of rite of passage.
“People only have chronic illnesses because they’re not passionate enough about life.” This statement is probably one of the the most idiotic and uninformed statements that I’ve heard in a long time. Well, apart from “Have you tried drinking more water?” as if every illness known to man (physical and mental) is caused by dehydration and your DNA plays no role in any of it.