Loading

Loading

Your Stories

Share Your Story

"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"
Read Story
“I used to think of mental illness as taboo for a very long time until my personal experience changed that perception for good.”
Read Story
“There was no path before me at one time and I had to carve out one for myself.”
Read Story
“With or without mental illness, I am a human being."
Read Story
“Do not run away from us when we are sick. It is when we need you most.”
Read Story
“These diseases are treatable and there is life after mental illness!”
Read Story
“I’m only human. I wish people could see this!”
Read Story
“My story could be anybody’s story. Do not discriminate against people with mental illness.”
Read Story
“I have only one wish, to go to school. I want to go to school and be a normal kid!”
Read Story
"I want to go home and resume my normal life.”
Read Story
“I got to a point where I did not want to see anyone in front of me"
Read Story
"I do not see this as a struggle, it is more so a challenge of spiritual growth."
Read Story
"I’m trying to learn to live in the “now” because tomorrow isn’t always certain."
Read Story
"I have mental illness, and it is ok. I'm ok.”
Read Story
"That my personality would be classed as borderline and therefore I would often fall either side of that border. Happy. Sad. Never 'okay'."
Read Story
"Some days I feel like a normal person, but is rare. I feel pressured all the time."
Read Story
"I’m still learning how to manage my mental illness at the age of 51 and still alive!"
Read Story
"that it’s a feeling of emptiness, a feeling of nothing, where you want to be ‘home’ even when you are."
Read Story
"Nothing was wrong in my life. I was just sad."
Read Story