Life can be impossible. It is easy to quit. Stop and watch life pass while you remain still, locked in place by fear, anxiety, or hopelessness for the future. Life changes. Adjust fire and keep going.
The philosophies of men mingled with the philosophies of women.
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Learning to Swim in The Alphabet Soup of the DSM
...because thriving is the goal
Coping with a TBI - An Invisible Injury
Written by people in recovery for people in recovery
let the conversation begin.
Learning the importance of self-worth
personal & unsolicited ramblings of a coffee addicted city girl
A helping hand to a happier, healthier You
A life journey
Thoughts on life from a survivor
A Tale of one woman's journey in overcoming Anxiety and Depression
My name is Michelle Munt and this is my story about surviving a brain injury and what I continue to learn about it. This is for other survivors and their loved ones, but also to raise awareness of what can happen to those in an accident. This invisible injury too often goes undiagnosed and it can be difficult to find information about it. I will talk about things that have helped me as I continue to recover and invite others to see if it works for them too.
Breaking down the stigma of mental illness one story at a time.