Yes, I am talking about the ‘R’ word or “recovery.” What exactly does it mean? Well, time has taught me, … Continue Reading A Word That Gets Thrown Around A Lot, And Means A Lot, To A Lot Of People
I originally wrote this guest post for http://www.mybrainsnotbroken.com. It was a pleasure working with Nathan of MBNB! Please check out … Continue Reading Key Ways to Cope With Severe Mental Illness — A Guest Post For “My Brain’s Not Broken”
Isn’t recovery merely a series of “self-care” practices? The more I study recovery, it sure seems that way! I am … Continue Reading This Is Not An Anti-Recovery Post!
One day, while browsing around Reddit, I was excited to find this post’s image file. And, both it and some … Continue Reading Talking It Out (And Doing The Right Thing) Has Helped Me
Disclaimer: This Site is intended to provide general knowledge, and is not intended to serve as medical advice of any … Continue Reading Struggling? Newly Diagnosed? A Message For Families Of Those With Psychosis!
Coping With Some Of The Suffering That Is Brought On By Both Life And (Mainly) My Schizoaffective Disorder
NOTE: Life sucks! And, I hate the fear that is associated with sharing this post, and the one on the … Continue Reading Coping With Some Of The Suffering That Is Brought On By Both Life And (Mainly) My Schizoaffective Disorder
I did a guest post for Mental health 360° today, of which I am proud. It was great fun, and … Continue Reading I Have Schizoaffective Disorder… So, What Is That Experience Like?
I am getting closer to figuring some things out. It’s about goals. And, I do better with one goal at … Continue Reading What Can Stable And Functioning Look Like?
I’ve ultimately been living with schizoaffective disorder for over 20 years. It has totally taken me down, in the sense … Continue Reading Doing One’s Best With Severe Mental Illness
I can discuss my symptoms until I am blue in the face. And, don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind … Continue Reading People Don’t Understand Schizophrenia And Probably Never Will