Invisible Illness

24 Jun 19
Reading & Roaming

In Mrs Zant and the Ghost (The Ghost’s Touch), Wilkie Collins implies two concepts or conflicts of the contemporaries: supernatural vision of persons and the agreed matrimonial act imposed by an ecclesiastical belief. In the story, protagonist, Mr Rayburn, and his daughter, Lucy, encountered a young lady (Mrs Zant) in Kensington Gardens whom they believed […]

24 Jun 19
Brainless Blogger

Okay, so stigma is rampant out there. I heard someone recently that said mental illness does not exist and we shouldn’t talk about it. And I have heard worse than that. So to those healthy people out there: Maybe you do nothing for your health and wellbeing. Maybe you exercise. Eat right. Do all sorts […]

24 Jun 19
Vaka

Growing up, we were always told not to hang our dirty laundry in public.  It’s a good rule, except when what’s going on at home is more sinister than the run-of-the-mill messes that most families work through. Sometimes, it’s what bullies tell their children so that they are never held responsible for their abusive behaviors, […]

24 Jun 19
Chronically ill or chronically fabulous

I feel like no one takes chronic illnesses seriously. I constantly feel I have to prove myself to people. I have to somehow prove that I’m not well. I am disabled. Do you think anyone wants to live in constant pain, pain where it feels you’re on fire. Do you think anyone wants to deal […]

24 Jun 19
DAVARA TUMBLER ARATTAI

  Sliding between crisp, clean sheets is one of the best feelings in the world. There’s something about being in a fresh environment that gives you peace of mind. It’s similar to the feeling you get when you walk into an organized room versus a cluttered space, but the effects are magnified because the sheets […]

24 Jun 19
Inside My Mind. My Darkest Journal

Invisible Segments….. I often fall into my past, dragged back in fact. From the highest peak too the lowest depths. Falling towards the savage reminders, embracing the impact with devastating consequences. Led motionless until the thoughts flood, just another nightmare without my eyes closed. Never underestimate the power of the mind, it bends too ridiculous […]

24 Jun 19
News Directory

In 1996, Jamie Refenes he got a tick on his head. At the time, the 11-year-old was living with his family in Etowah. Her mother took the insect with a game, and continued her life. “Shortly afterwards, I began to put into practice major health issues, but we never tied up,” she explains. “It started […]

24 Jun 19
Beautiful inside and out

We are meant to be more understanding and empathetic against invisible illnesses… Or any illness for that matter, but why is it I feel ashamed that I hate being seen in public, feeling like I’m being judged… Because my brain fears for my safety just a bit too much… That it tries to stop me […]

24 Jun 19
campusbloggers

What do you say to someone who’s depressed? All too often, it’s the wrong thing. Here are some common phrases to avoid: 1. You’ve got nothing to be depressed about! Depression doesn’t pick and choose its victims. One could have the best life in the world but still suffer with depression. Try instead: I’m sorry […]

24 Jun 19
KiKi's Mess

I have never been a fan of roller coasters, heights, airplane rides or storms. It was a few years ago the greater picture came to light, that the larger fear I have at hand here is ultimately control. I’ve described this “experience” lately kind of like a roller coaster. Though right now, in my 2 […]

24 Jun 19
Top Five Records

The 73rd Tony Awards aired recently, and an event like that is always going to provoke a vibrant online conversation. Comments on who won and who lost, the quality of the live performances, and any noteworthy speeches usually dominate the discussion, but this year, one moment from the show, hosted by James Corden, due the […]

24 Jun 19
Fight Back Fight fear

Triggers are issues that aggravate or initiate anxiety or panic.  There are well know triggers that are easy to understand and then there are the invisible ones. To best explain triggers, I think it best to give some examples.   Your personality and your perceptiveness play a role.  An over sensitive person is more likely […]

24 Jun 19
Starrleena's Stories

Overview Whenever someone concluded that a loss, illness, or death was caused by witchcraft, the accuser entered a complaint against the alleged witch with local magistrates.  If the complaint was credible, magistrates had the accused arrested and brought before public examination – an interrogation where magistrates usually pressed the accused to confess. If the magistrates […]

24 Jun 19
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