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How I Am Spring Cleaning My Mental Clutter

Give yourself a deadline and get to work to make things whole again. You’ll suddenly free up a lot of your brain power when you release mental Read...
Jen Glantz    |   03.14.18   |   SHARE
You deserve linen sheets.

You Deserve Nice Things

As women we aren't meant to have needs as much as we are meant to fulfill needs. We fundamentally do not believe we deserve nice things. Let's change Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   03.14.18   |   SHARE
Because just lying in bed stressing about how you can’t sleep is the worst thing you can do.

17 Things To Do When You Can’t Sleep Because Your Mind Hates You

Because just lying in bed stressing about how you can’t sleep is the worst thing you can do. Read...
Kassi Klower of SHESAID    |   03.12.18   |   SHARE
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I Had Postpartum Anxiety, But I Didn’t Fail At Motherhood

I am a good mom for taking care of my needs — for getting the help of therapy and medication for my postpartum anxiety, even if I needed it sooner. Read...
Risa Kerslake    |   03.7.18   |   SHARE
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How Other People's Kids Help With My Depression 

When I held Baby J for the first time, everything shuffled into place. For the kids, I see every reason to breathe. They love me. I don’t know why. Read...
Karis Rogerson    |   03.7.18   |   SHARE
Depression is a disease of inaction, of paralysis. At least, that’s how it manifests for me.

I Have Compassion For Everyone Struggling With Depression Except Me

With other people who are struggling with mental health issues, I am empathetic. But when it comes to my own depression, I am none of those things. Read...
Erin Khar   |   03.6.18   |   SHARE
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I Make Fashion Choices With My Disability In Mind

The clothes I wear allow others to see beyond my stutter, encouraging them to discard any negative connotations they might have about my disability. Read...
Rachel Hoge    |   03.6.18   |   SHARE
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NEDAwareness Week: Tips For Staying The Recovery Route When You’re Feeling Rough

It's National Eating Disorder Awareness week, which may provide support and things that help you — but awareness, in and of itself, can be tough. Read...
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   03.1.18   |   SHARE