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"Isolation, disappointment, hate and prejudices put trans people mental health at a high risk"
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After sacrificing as much as I have over 14 years, it’s very hurtful to feel this unappreciated by my country and current administration, especially while struggling with PTSD and a traumatic brain injury sustained in combat.
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“Being diagnosed HIV+ was the best and worst thing to ever happen to me."
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“Now I feel so much better. I am still on anti-psychotic medication, and It has been over a year since I was last sectioned."
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“Never give up on getting a diagnosis as an older person. I have suffered a lot from knowing, and I probably will continue to, but the absence of knowing is as harmful to an Aspy as the ownership of said knowledge.”
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“What I learned from my battle with an anxiety disorder called Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is that it was the greatest gift I could have ever received."
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"I want to tell the story of my daughter, how difficult it was for her to apply for humanitarian asylum in Sweden"
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"I started picking my skin at a young age to distract me from the trauma I was going through at the time. It was a release for me."
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"Now i avoid all medical of all types. I have no trust or faith that there is reliable help in the traditional field. I have alternative professionals helping now. I have many tools to help myself daily."
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"Mindfulness Practice has made me aware that the joys, hopes, sadnesses and pains of all beings are but a reflection of my own mind state"
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“I always say, if you had asked me 10 years ago what depression was, I would have said there is no such thing"
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“As an empath I used to think that being strong is pretending to have it altogether."
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"Hope has kept me alive and empathy has made me feel alive."
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"I’m a mother of a son who has schizophrenia. He’s been suffering since he was 14 and now he’s 17."
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"This is one that I will be fighting forever. But because I share my story, I have a whole army supporting me.”
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"The stigma is real on so many levels, especially because a lot of people with ADHD will present quite differently"
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"It always strikes in waves."
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"In 2016 studying abroad I got a psychosis, that was triggered by lack of sleep, partying, school and work. But what I did not know was, was that I was manic the week before my psychosis."
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"I have to make it a point everyday to really take care of myself but some days are better than others."
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