How To Not Take it Personally

If you are struggling with taking things personally, I encourage you to employ the tactic of asking yourself "this person is showing me a flaw about themselves. What is it?" None of us are perfect, but we are all human.

It's My First Time - Guest Post By Courtney Keesee

It’s my first time, being treated like a human being and not someone’s property to do with as they please.

I Am Not A Girl - Guest Post By Courtney Keesee

One day, I hope to live in a world where people are praised for being individuals, and not held to gender standards they can never reach.

I'll Get Back to You

Here is what you do you when you want to email/text/call someone and it is way too soon to reach out to them, as you only sent the initial communication an hour ago.

My Phone is An Extension of My Hand

Sure, I also have real life friends, who have their own intrinsic value. I adore them. But I also have a serious love affair with technology.

Stigma Fighters Gave Me A Thicker Skin

I am extremely grateful for the people in the Stigma Fighters community who have worked so hard to keep it going.

Can We Truly Forgive and Forget?

I'm learning to forgive the people in my life that have hurt me, but it's incredibly hard to "forget" what they've done to hurt or anger me.

Stop Telling People What to Do On The Internet

Now, I realize that by writing this article, I am (ironically) telling you what to do. So, I'll end with a caveat. If you want to write an article telling other people what to do, I can't stop you. I just wonder if it's worth it.

I'm Afraid of Success

I am terrified to succeed. I only know what it is like to fail.

Four Ways Writing Helps My Anxiety

Writing is healing for so many reasons. The next time you're feeling anxious or overwhelmed, try picking up a pen and writing your heart out.

Everybody is F*cked Up

What people show us and what is actually going on beneath the surface are two completely different things.

The Witch Inside My Head

Deep down, I know that I am a good person. The witch knows it too. She wants me to succeed and accomplish my dreams.

Anxious People Get Sick Too

The moral of this particular story is: no matter what a patient tells you, take it seriously. A person is not fabricating symptoms.

That Negative Voice Wants to Help

Your inner critic has good intentions.

The Voice in My Head

I respectfully disagree, voice in my head that tells me that I can't do anything right.

Walk Through The Fire

Walk through the fire. Keep going and conquer depression.

Brain Imaging Could Help Depression

The idea that brain imaging could help treat depression in a more precise way is great news for people who are suffering with depression.

That Disabled Girl: She Just Wants Attention

I have never enjoyed the fact that I have something that segregates me from others; because having a disability does segregate you.

Trolls Attack Your Flaws

Trolls attack your flaws.

Listen to Yourself and Ignore The Voice of Depression

Depression can tell you how terrible you are all it wants. It's a liar. It doesn't know anything about you.

Discrimination in the Workplace Due to Mental llness

I was discriminated against because of my mental illness.

Men With Depression: Come Out of Hiding

Encourage men with depression to speak up.

AD/HD Is Wonderful...No It's Not!

Some days I feel like I am a superhero. I am extremely creative, productive, funny and a joy to be around. Other days, I am impulsive, irritable, and I feel like I am annoying everyone around me.

The Psychology Behind 3-Year-Olds Are A**holes

The Meaning Behind 3-Year-Olds Are Assholes - The Book

Preschool For Adults in NYC

Preschool Mastermind is a preschool for adults! Be a kid again in NYC!

Anxiety Is a Tricky Monster

Anxiety makes me believe that people hate me.

No Excuses: You Can Seek Help

There are no excuses; get help now.

Dealing With Trolls: Walk Away

How do deal with trolls online.