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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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"I have a pet bubble. Imaginary. It's my comfort zone. I don't know when I put it in my head"
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“I’m incredibly happy, more than ever before. Not because I’m high or something […] It’s because I’m finally being me, with the right help.”
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"Since I was a kid I've always struggled with acting out."
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"I’m trying to learn to live in the 'now' because tomorrow isn’t always certain."
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"I think a lot about the silence around mental illness at the time- she certainly wasn't in any treatment, no diagnosis of any kind- just a seemingly normal teen who occasionally got into trouble"
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“I used to think of mental illness as taboo for a very long time until my personal experience changed that perception for good.”
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“There was no path before me at one time and I had to carve out one for myself.”
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“With or without mental illness, I am a human being."
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“Do not run away from us when we are sick. It is when we need you most.”
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“These diseases are treatable and there is life after mental illness!”
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“I’m only human. I wish people could see this!”
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“My story could be anybody’s story. Do not discriminate against people with mental illness.”
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“I have only one wish, to go to school. I want to go to school and be a normal kid!”
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"I want to go home and resume my normal life.”
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