Time To Change – U.K.

Time To Change  is a U.K. based organization to help end the stigma and discrimination against mental illness. Their web-site provides information and links to help those who want to get involved, whether they’ve been personally affected by mental illness or not. The web-site provides resources such as pamphlets, booklets, posters, and more to help […]

This Indecisive Brain of Mine

For those who don’t have a mental illness, it’s hard to imagine what those who do have one go through. Although it’s possible to go online and read about different mental illnesses and learn about the different symptoms and what each illness is, I’ve always found that the best way to learn about mental illness […]

Let’s Talk … About Acute Stress Disorder

Ah stress. Everyone at some point in their life has experienced it – multiple times even. And if someone tells you they haven’t, they’re either lying or they don’t know what stress is (and it’s probably the first one.) Moooovvving onnnn – according to Psychcentral.com, acute stress disorder, or ASD for short, is “characterized by the […]

Are You a Victim or a Survivor?

Something bad has happened to you. It could have been an accident, abuse, an illness, a violent crime or something else. It’s over, the “incident” has passed. But if and how well you move forward all depends on your reaction and your attitude. Will you be a victim? Or will you be a survivor? First, […]

Choosing Now vs. Later

Now, I must admit, I’m a hugeeeeeee procrastinator. Yeah, I’ll finish whatever task I’ve been given or decide to do, but it’ll definitely be completed just before it’s due. Now, I know that’s not the best solution. But hey, I’m genuinely trying here. However, I don’t normally procrastinate ALL tasks – just the ones that […]