Stories can come from anywhere and anyone. Mental health can be affected by anything and anyone. In Chapter 5, we hear from Rebecca Jayne, a fantastic blogger, who tells her story about experiencing social anxiety and depression. These kind of stories help us to normalise our own experience and make sense of that desperate emptiness of… Continue reading Storytellers | Chapter 5: R
In Chapter 4, we hear from K, in a frank and heartfelt poem written during a bad flare up of her chronic pain condition.
Maybe it comes. Or maybe it’s filled awkwardly with an overhanging, gangly shape that leaves the bottom row partially empty and unfulfilled. We must learn in life that both outcomes are acceptable.
Birth. Life. Death. These are the only cemented elements in life. While it is commonly accepted that you will live, your way of life may be tailor-made for you.
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