15: I will spend as much time on social media as I f#cking want.
Celebrating the fact that you exist can seem so asinine when you wish that you didn't.
Working through bipolar disorder was not what I expected - but I'm grateful for what I learned.
When I gained weight, I was convinced that it was the end of my self-esteem – I had no idea that it was actually the beginning of an unconditional love for myself.
I am so, so proud of you for the work that you do, day in and day out, to keep going.
I am the person I am today because there was a therapist who believed in me.
My blog turned one year old and I have SO MANY FEELINGS.
Whenever I feel that instinct to run or to hide, I affirm myself as an act of resistance.
"Normalcy" can be a little deceiving. No one expects you to be Mary fucking Poppins, okay?
Folks who have never struggled with their mental health seem to think of psychiatry as a quick and easy fix.…