Danielle describes the anxiety she experiences because of the Coronavirus and how she handles it.
Elspeth’s dominant feeling when she hit rock bottom was she was not safe. Depression and self-harm soon followed. Until one day she realized she was the one responsible for making herself feel safe.
Emory, a queer transgender man, shares the anxiety he experiences when he’s around other people and he may be misgendered.
P. Cervinus shares their perspective on a mental illness diagnosis; the peril of pathologization or the blind acceptance, and operating between the two poles.
Zac first experienced a panic attack when he was a teenager. But upon reflection in adulthood, he realized his mental issues began with OCD as a child. After struggling with both, he found ways to recover.
Greg struggles with addiction, alcoholism and isolation. Learning from his journey of healing, he shares how he is battling agoraphobia.
Carolyn Hughes was neglected, abused, and abandoned as a child. She now expresses the emotions around this trauma through illustrated books. The process not only helps her heal, but others as well.