The Truth About Living On Borrowed Time

This piece was originally posted on Nicole Lyon's website, The Lithium Chronicles  in April 2017.  Thank you very much Nicole for this opportunity. You can check Nicole out on her website The Lithium Chronicles, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I’m not good right now I’m not well at all But here I am! Right over here I’m still alive... Continue Reading →

Will You Remember Me When I Die?

“I would rather die a meaningful death than to live a meaningless life.” - Corazon Aquino

 Will you remember me when I die? Have I left a big enough footprint on the world during my life that I will be remembered after I die? This thought has overwhelmed me of late. I try to shake... Continue Reading →

Human Rights Day 2014

Today is #HumanRightsDay all around the word. I believe that it is a human right for everyone in the world to receive the best, free quality mental healthcare available. I also believe that those around the world that live with a mental illness be afforded the human rights to live in a happy, free, and nonjudgmental... Continue Reading →

Stay Strong

According to NAMI, 60 millions adults (1 in 4) in the US suffer from mental illness, such as depression and panic disorders. Out of these folks, 14 million people (4 in 100) have a serious mental illness, ranging form bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, and and severe depression. An estimated 15 million children (1 in 5) suffer from... Continue Reading →

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