Being properly treated for Bipolar Disorder does not mean you lose your creativity completely. You simply find different, healthier avenues to hone in on it
Today, June 1st, kicks off Pride Month. Here I share some of my story as well as break down some major misconceptions the world has
The past year I haven’t been on a weight loss journey per se. I struggle with the phrase “weight loss journey”; it implies that weight-loss
Awkwardness has always followed me wherever I’ve gone. Awkwardness follows me in my shadows and reaches out to you in my hand shakes and introductions.
We often say in eating disorder recovery that the eating disorder has nothing to do with the food — it’s true. Food can be the
I have seen so many wonderful humans on and off the screen being so vulnerable and authentic lately. It has been incredibly inspiring. From friends
In recent years I have identified with feeling bi-curious. This month I have come out as identifying as bisexual or pansexual.
This summer I’m coming up on two years and seven years of the anniversaries of going through very scary and unsettling manic episodes. My bipolar
All across the world right now, many of us are practicing social distancing in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the new viral strain in
On Friday, Taylor Swift’s documentary, “Miss Americana,” premiered on Netflix. The film is bold, poignant and honest.
Surrounded by sunlight streaming in from the window, I am sitting on my bed, propped up with fluffy pillows, reading Danielle Lowe’s People Say I’m
You know that quote “It takes a village to raise a child”? I’ve been thinking about my own journey lately and how for me, it takes
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. It’s a powerful time to connect about a topic that continues to affect so many and face so
I think it’s easy for many people to look at Demi Lovato right now, who sadly is in the hospital right now due to an alleged
At some point in our lives, we may struggle with suicidal thoughts.