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“It all began a decade ago...I began to self-blame, self-hurt and put myself in spiral of shame and shut myself from the world.”
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"After the passing of one month now I think how different the meaning of ‘everyday life’ has become."
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“Putting on makeup is a therapy and a powerful Tool for my selfcare.”
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“I was always aware of the scars her life carried.”
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“I held it in so long that I wasn’t happy, I wasn’t fine, but I did my best to make it look like it was.”
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“The people who seem the most calm, the ones that are getting great grades or having a lot of friends. It doesn’t seem as if they are struggling, but no one will know sometimes if you don’t try to speak out.”
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"I was diagnosed with OCD at the age of twenty-five, but I had it since high school. In that period I was convinced that I had a super severe and unknown form of HIV."
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"At 25 I suffered my first episode of major depression and things fell apart without me understanding what was going on."
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“I am a Boston Marathon bombing survivor and live with post-traumatic stress disorder."
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"When I survived an abusive relationship, the only thing I thought I was supposed to do was run away fast."
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"Psychologically I wasn’t recovered. I refused to seek help.”
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“If I had known how many people suffer from the same thing and felt the same things I did, I would have gotten help sooner.”
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“From a young age I’ve dealt with the black dog, if you will."
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“When people initially think of mental illness, they don’t normally think of sleeping, or insomnia as a particular difficult problem."
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“For the most part, I manage and deal with it quite well, leading a normal life, really.”
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“I am 19 years old and I don't remember a single moment in my life in which everything went well."
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“Back in the spring of 2000, while I was a sophomore at Harvard University. I had a full blown manic episode on campus."
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 “I felt like everyone deserted me, like no one cared if I lived or died."
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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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