Take Care Of Your Mental Wellbeing In A Different Way

My Brain Has Hiccups

About a month ago I experienced three weeks of mental instability – I was seriously ill. (I still want to write a story about it, but not today. But I promise to do it.)

During that period of utter madness I couldn’t think of ONE thing to do to help myself to feel better. Today I discovered this article on the website of The Mighty. Please read it! I’m very pleased I found it – it’s an eye opener.

[Written by Sarah Schuster from The Mighty]

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The Founder of Project Semicolon Shares Her Story

Joy Green Mental Health

You may have said to yourself ,”Why are people putting punctuation marks on their bodies?”, well it is not just any punctuation; it is a semicolon. Your timeline on Facebook and Twitter is flooded with peopleposting pictures of tattoos with a semicolon and you’re wondering what it means.A semicolon is used when an author could have have ended a sentence but chose not to. Project Semicolon has taken social media by storm and inspired those living with a mental illness to persevere, and be the author of their story. Project Semicolonshares love andencouragement, and is a movement like no other.

Amy Bleuel is the visionary behind this awesome movement. After overcoming many obstacles in her life including bullying, rejection, suicide, self-injury, addiction, abuse and even rape, Amy has found strength and a love for others. Amy struggled with mental illness for 20+ years and has experienced many stigmas associated with…

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