Beyond Stigma: Unleashing the Power of Marketing and Public Relations in Mental Health Awareness Campaigns

‍ Mental health, once a taboo topic, is now at the forefront of numerous conversations, campaigns, and initiatives. As the world becomes more cognizant of its importance, businesses, marketers, and public relations professionals are increasingly integrating mental health into their campaigns. From social media strategies to collaborations with mental health organizations, the scope of mentalContinue reading “Beyond Stigma: Unleashing the Power of Marketing and Public Relations in Mental Health Awareness Campaigns”

Mindfulness While Traveling: A Route to Mental Well-being

‍Traveling can bring a plethora of experiences and emotions, but it also provides a unique opportunity for mindfulness and mental health improvement. This article focuses on understanding the connection between mindfulness while traveling and its impact on mental health, exploring the concept of full-time travel for mental well-being, and offering mindful travel tips. It alsoContinue reading “Mindfulness While Traveling: A Route to Mental Well-being”

Why Self-Care is Important to Writing

Taking care of your mental health is something that is important for everyone. Perhaps even more so for creative types like you and me. Most creatives draw their source of inspiration from some type of emotion, whether it be happy, sad, or angry. This kind of inspiration has provided some of the greatest art overContinue reading “Why Self-Care is Important to Writing”

To My Best Friend, From Your Bipolar Best Friend

Thank you. You’ve been there for me every step of the way over the last five years. You’ve stood by my side when many people left, believing in me even when nobody else did. I distanced myself from you, yet you didn’t give up hope. I dont know how or why you continue to putContinue reading “To My Best Friend, From Your Bipolar Best Friend”

What It’s Like to Have a Panic Attack

I thought hard about what I wanted to write this week. It wasn’t until I was on the verge of a panic attack last night that I realized I wanted to give people some insight into what it is like to have a panic attack. I understand this is a hard topic for some peopleContinue reading “What It’s Like to Have a Panic Attack”

Stunt Driver

Being bipolar is kind of like being a stunt driver. It’s a daring ride. Both dangerous and exhilarating, you can’t help but to want more. So how exactly is being bipolar like being a stunt driver? Well, I’m glad you asked. When mania hits, it’s like a stunt driver hitting the ramp to jump overContinue reading “Stunt Driver”

It’s Been a While

So my last post detailed how I had gone on a spiral these last few weeks. I was having panic attacks two or three times a day. Panic attacks where I would stiffen and couldn’t breathe. I gasped for air and clenched my fist tight, digging my nails into my palms. Things were getting badContinue reading “It’s Been a While”

Having So Much to Do, but No Motivation to Do It.

A few weeks ago, I was on top of the world. I built this site, was writing every day, reading two to three books a week, and just being productive. My first newsletter was written, and I started tracking social media metrics. I was just having fun and loving being alive. Now, I find myselfContinue reading “Having So Much to Do, but No Motivation to Do It.”