Raped in her freshman year of college, Laurie couldn’t find anyone to help her get justice. Her mental health spiralled downward. After 4 years of crying for help, it took 1 person to notice for her to begin to fight her way out.
Eating disorders aren’t always about weight loss. Sure, that may be a contributing factor, but that’s not all there is to it. Riya Dharne’s story will reflect how one eating disorder can take the form of another over time.
For Heather England, it wasn’t until high school that she realized her family wasn’t how families are supposed to be. Her father’s bipolar diagnosed would eventually lead to her own.
Jordan Raines shares her experience with BPD and young love and how her extreme feelings impacted the relationship.
Jen Zarzecki was brutally abused by her boyfriend. It wasn’t until she accepted her PTSD diagnosis that she began to realize it wasn’t her fault.
UnfilteredMama shares her story of being a teenager who didn’t fit and feeling the happiest when she self-harmed. She explains why she stopped and why today she is not afraid to show her scars.
In interview format, Rayette shares her journey through abuse, mental illness, and hospitalizations to being diagnosed with DID.