The final prompt in the 30 Day Self Harm Awareness Challenge asks
Post your favorite picture of yourself and write a positive message to look back on.
Living life with dissociative identity disorder and complex ptsd
on living well with mental illness
Analysis, opinions and discussion of mental health and the mental health care professions in Australia.
My journey through depression and addiction
Embracing, Advocating & Discovering Happiness in Mental Health
Mental health blog by a service user with bipolar disorder. Winner of the Mark Hanson Awards for Digital Media at the Mind Media Awards 2013 and the Mood Disorder category in the 2012 This Week in Mentalists Awards.
Bipolar Disorder Information, News, Community
Trauma-Informed Blog for Survivors of Complex Trauma
Life is random. So am I.
writing through chaos
Just another WordPress.com site
Struggling with Depression, not just Sad
Mental Health You Can Relate To
Breaking down the barriers through the written word . Shortlisted for the Mind Media Awards 2015.
a blog for posterity.
My Tales of Parenting and Other Crap
Not quite blonde. Not quite brunette. 100% awkward.
my world of dysthymia, double depression, anxiety, and other such afflictions
Writing about my experiences with: depression, anxiety, OCD and Aspergers
poppycock from the bipolar spectrum
Artist, writer, community development consultant
My healing journey through trauma recovery.
"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath
IT'S IN THE MEMORIES WE ETCH INTO OUR HEARTS AND FEEL IN OUR SOULS
Memoirs of a Wounded Healer
Mental Health, Self-Harm & Life experiences
Just a girl seeing things a little differently, reporting the ups and downs of daily brain battles.
Self Expression equals Happiness
Bent But Not Broken
Notes from a Tricky Brain
Motherhood, Musings & Writing
Mental health matters
Fighting social anxiety and depression
Trying to make sense of a life gone mad...
HOPE - Hold On Pain Ends.
I blog on my journey of recovery from a chaotic place to a [hopefully] more stable one and finding my true self in the process.
Living life with dissociative identity disorder and complex PTSD