Why It Is Important to Talk When You Aren’t Okay

You Cannot Change People – And That Isn’t A Bad Thing

The Problem With Stealing Lives That Are Not Yours

This Is Your Truth

Children Who Might Commit School Shootings Are Not “Potential Sickos”

Do No Harm, Not Even To Yourself

Emotional Maturity Does Not Mean Eternal Happiness

It Is Okay To Talk About Your Depression

Why I Don’t Like The Word ‘Victim’

I Need To Be Perfect

Why We Make Mistakes

Your Depressive Thoughts Are Not Real

Why Addicts Do Not Choose Overdose

Do Not Suffer in Silence

When You Have Suicidal Thoughts, But You Don’t Want to Die

Why Depression is Not Romantic

Why We Should Not Blame Gun Violence on Mental Illness

The Monsters in My Head

The Other Me

Healing From Pain: The Limitations of Empathy

Are You Unlucky?

All Happiness is Valid


I Wasn’t Made to Be Silent

Is Happiness Really a Choice?

Why We Should Not Dismiss People for ‘Wanting Attention’

While Life May Hurt, You Cannot Give Up

Don’t Apologize For Your Mental Illness

What We Are Really Saying When We Say, “Someone Else Has it Worse”

Three Lessons I’ve Learned By Maintaing An Online Blog

ANNOUNCEMENT: Save-My-Life School by Natalie Harris

Don’t Be Afraid To Be Yourself

There Is Nothing Wrong With How You Feel

Don’t Be Ashamed of Your Mental Illness

We Need to Be Selfish

Why You Need to Talk About Suicide

Why We Need to Suffer

Your Reasons For Depression Are Enough

The Cycle of Pain and Anger

The Problem With Perfectionism

The Door to the Rest of My Life

Why Positive Thinking is Important

Thoughts on Regret

Changing the Way We Think About Addiction

And I Wait

Moving Through Fear

Being Not Okay

I Am Bored

What I Want

How Anxiety Has Made Me Stronger

The Stereotype of Suicidal Thoughts

Ode to the Broken

The Romance (or lack thereof) of Depression

Living With Anxiety

Tips For Dealing With Depression

Returning to the Scene