In June 2017, we launched our new campaign, Painfully Brave, which encourages people to share their stories about how they have survived painful situations. Read on to learn more.
We asked our Instagram community how they separate their mental illness from their identity. Much to our surprise, we learned that most people who answered actually don’t separate the two. Continue reading to learn more.
In a previous blog post, we asked our community to share their experiences on what it’s like to have a high-functioning disorder. Simultaneously, we also asked them to offer advice for other people on how to treat these -almost invisible- disorders. Read on to learn more.
Are you someone whose struggle is almost non-existent because you’re able to function like a “normal” person? If so, then you might be high functioning. According to Outofthefog.com, “A High-Functioning Personality-Disordered individual is one who is able to conceal their dysfunctional behaviors in certain public settings and maintain a positive public or professional profile while exposing their negative traits to family members behind closed doors.” With so much happening just below the surface, we asked our Instagram community about their experiences with being high functioning.