The stigma of mental illness drives us apart, and reduces the likelihood of improvement. Can we use empathy to help one another heal and connect?
In the words of a great song from Survivor, “It’s you against you; it’s the paradox that drives us all.” This is my poem about my own internal struggle.
Why do most of us feel badly about ourselves, and is it possible to stop the negative self-talk? This article explores the creation of self-acceptance.
We’re raised in a society which teaches us about the necessity of phyiscal perfection, engendering self-loathing and jealousy; an alternative is possible.