Tattoos have become therapy for some people 18 months into the pandemic.
“As the COVID-19 pandemic wore on, 14-year-old Riley Cassell’s biggest fear became not the virus, but that one of his good friends would die by suicide.“
“When the conversation moves beyond data collection with transparency with Black mental-health clinicians at the table, to being a part of the city and county’s budget, to implementation by nonprofits and agencies with measurable outcomes over time, then Hate Out will say that’s progress.”
Children’s movies like Soul and Frozen II are the start of a much-needed conversation about OCD and depression.
Nicole Zelniker joins the Spoonie Authors Blog with a post about invisible illnesses.
“No one can see how PTSD makes you sick from the inside. It poisons the inside of your thoughts and obscures your connection to reality.”
The author talks about not being able to drink and what it’s meant for her relationships.
In 2009, the author spent five days in a psych hospital in Westchester County. Ten years later, she wrote about it.
Nicole Zelniker wrote about her relationship with food and how it’s evolved through various mental and physical conditions.