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When You Have To Hospitalize Your Child

By: Echo Aspens at Finding Echo He isn’t sleeping. You know something isn’t right. His behaviors are becoming unpredictable. His mood swings are unavoidable and lengthy. Advertisements childrenchildrenwithmentalillnessmental disorderMental IllnessmentallillnessawarenessParenting

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Do You Feel Guilt From Having a Mental Illness?

Welcome back to this week’s Topic Thursday. Today, we will be answering the question, “Why do I have guilt over my mental illness?” Do You Suffer From Guilt Due To Mental Illness? It is difficult to not feel guilty about all the struggles that come with having a mental illness. Those around us are affected…

Thursday’s Topic| Intrusive Thoughts

Introducing Thursday’s Topic. Every Thursday, we will be introducing a new topic to discuss. These topics will focus on mental illness and parenting. We hope that we can create an atmosphere where parenting and mental illness coexist without judgment and shame. For our very first Thursday’s Topic, we will be discussing intrusive thoughts.  Thursday’s Topic:…

The Aftermath of Anxiety

The day started productively. My daughter and I baked muffins this morning. I had a small snafu with my coffee. The creamer went bad. I figured this would be the most significant inconvenience of the day. I wrote out a small grocery list: stuff for dinner, a couple of snacks for the kids, and without…

Maternal Mental Health Awareness: Newsletter Edition

Let’s Talk About Maternal Mental Health Did you know that one out seven families are impacted by Pregnant and Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders? Simmer on that. Do you know SEVEN families? Then you know someone that has been affected. But, how come no one is talking? Woman are made to feel inadequate if they…

The Broken Friend

I’m in this suffocating bubble known as depression and anxiety. The bubble increases with room to live. During that time, I throw myself into conversations, interactions, and fellowship. I’m eager to get up and go. Then the bubble shrivels up, taking the life force out of me. When I can’t function or breathe, I forget…