How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 6)

I was receiving so much support on Twitter from people more than ever. And vise versa. In fact, this wasn’t even from just MH Advocates anymore. It was a wider range. In little to no time I had around 3,000 followers, all due to my dedication to the Resistance. Twitter had a trending FollowBack campaign […]

How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 5)

My birthday had come. It was the end of June and I was not looking forward to it. I would be turning 30 and I hated the idea of being at the stereotypical age where you are no longer “young” and are expected to become a stereotypical “grown-up” overnight more or less. Given what life’s […]

How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 3)

Just having that boost of confidence from talking to one caring person on the My Disability Matters site made it much easier for me to get myself over to the Behavioral Health office and use this new appointment as the opportunity to self advocate for myself to get officially diagnosed with Bipolar. When I met […]

How Twitter Saved My Life

(This first person narrative post is the first of a multiple post series that I will be uploading for the next few days. This is the first chapter while the 2nd one will be tomorrow and so on and so forth..) Last year when I started this blog, I felt completely alone. Everything I was […]

The Mental Health Awareness Project

Hello everyone. It has been a long time since I was last blogging on here with an actual post that wasn’t a tweet or about other bloggers. Well, today’s long overdue post is kinda sorta about other bloggers as well but in the sense that blogging is very much related in the subject here. As […]

Blogger Recognition Award

I was very recently nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award over at Navigating Darkness which is run by the very generous and dedicated mental health blogger Nicole Carmen. As always, if you have not followed her blog yet, I highly suggest you do. You will thank me later. And always make sure to follow her […]