Writers With Mental Illness

Writing To Cope As A Highly Sensitive Person

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As a highly sensitive person, I’ve been told since I was a child that I think too much and I’m too sensitive. If I wasn’t playing outside or watching Olsen twins movies with my sister, I was reading. As I got older, I learned that I was not only a highly-sensitive person, but I was…

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The Women Centric Gothic Horror Novel We’ve Been Waiting For

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Dove Keeper Book Review – 5 out of 5 stars Dove Keeper Summary: Dove Keeper is a gothic horror novel centered on three powerful women who lived in Rennes, France in 1918. The novel is written by Emily Deibler, a dedicated writer, artist, and nerd who explores trauma, grief, abuse, and neurodivergence in her writing.…

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13 Unique Gifts For Writers

As we head toward the middle of December, the holiday shopping frenzy is in full effect! I am avoiding the mall altogether, ordering gifts online. If there’s a special writer in your life who you want to buy a gift for, consider some of these unique gifts for writers I’ve put together below! My personal…

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9 Mental Health Christmas Gifts Your Friends Need

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Happy December! With the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to put together a list of mental health Christmas gifts that support the mental health community. Whether stories, jewelry, paintings, or accessories, these gifts raise mental health awareness. These products are made by individuals who are hoping to change the way society discusses mental health. These…

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6 Ways To Deal With Writer’s Fatigue

how to fight writer's fatigue

Writer’s fatigue comes in many forms. I used to write almost every day, but now that I write for work, my personal projects have fallen to the wayside. At the end of the day, my right hand is cramping, my back hurts, and my neck aches. Sure, some of this is simply anxiety, but some of it…

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Bipolar Barbie: Let’s Stop Bipolar Disorder Stigma

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I always wanted to change the world. It wasn’t until I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder that I found a cause to devote my life to. The more I struggled and the more I faced the ignorance of bipolar disorder stigma, the more passionate I became. I got sick of people belittling my struggle. I…

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8 Healing Crystals For Writers Block

The jury is still out on whether or not crystals work. That is to say that some argue for and some argue against. Like pretty much everything else, there are those who are vehemently against them and those who understand they’re a harmless hobby that can enrich the lives of writers. It doesn’t really matter to…

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4 Books For Mental Illness That Saved Me

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Books have been a big part of my life ever since I learned to read. However, when depression hit in middle school, they became a lifeline, a way to escape. In the darkest parts of my life, books for mental illness have been there when it felt like no one else understood. Before diagnosis, I…

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Writers, Migraines And Mental Illness

migraines and mental illness

I’ve experienced headaches since Elementary school, but it wasn’t until middle school that I began to get migraines. Migraines and mental illness eerily popped up as a package deal in 7th grade. Amid feelings of worthlessness and fatigue, it felt like my head was in a vice that was slowly being squeezed tighter and tighter until…

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Admitting When Marriage Counseling Is Needed

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Relationship Counseling Can Be Beneficial To Everyone All relationships could use some counseling once in a while because everyone goes through rough patches. There’s nothing wrong with seeing a counselor. In fact, it might even point to a brighter future. Marriage counseling is one of the many types of counseling available, and it’s clear that…

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