Writers With Mental Illness

3 Ways To Use Creativity To Cope

Utilizing The Connection Between Creativity And Health While adult coloring books for stress and anxiety relief have been on t

Writing With Depression And Anxiety

Art and Identity It’s a strange thing to consider yourself a vessel for stories; it might not be so strange when, in school,

A Letter To All Neurodivergent Writers

When it comes to depression and anxiety, there can be a tendency to “feel more deeply,” which can be great for connecting

Why Chronic Illness Recovery Is Messy (And What To Do About It)

A few weeks ago, I saw my therapist and we talked about my chronic illness recovery. To my surprise, she told me I’ve b

The Upcoming Nonprofit For Students With Schizophrenia

There are not many organizations out there that focus on empowering college students with a chronic illness, especially those

How To Cope With Body And Food Shaming

For those recovering from eating disorders or disordered eating, it can be tough being around other people who are actively on

How To Ease Monkey Mind

I first heard the term “Monkey Mind” when I was reading a book a few years ago. The term sounded strange to me, bu

Increase Your Productivity Without Compromising Your Health

Why Can’t We Focus? Whether we want to admit it or not, we are all busy people. We have things that we’d like to get d

The Ultimate List of Disability Scholarships

School can be difficult for everyone. Students with disabilities deal with added stressors in addition to the demands of their

The App That Reminds Me I’m Not Alone

I was diagnosed with a mental illness eight years ago. Asking for help has gotten easier, but I still dislike it. Whether I ne