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Giveaway: Leather Journal

The Mental Health Awareness Project is giving away one leather journal to one of our lucky and well-deserving supporters! Writing in a journal is a very healthy and therapeutic coping method that you can do pretty much anywhere. It’s great for getting your thoughts and feelings out there, even if only for you to read. […]

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Vitamin Me

I have a little quiz for you. Give yourself one point for each of the following statements that describe you: (This is not scientific in any way.)   I get anxious when someone is waiting on me, even if it’s in the checkout line while I fumble through my purse/wallet to retrieve my bankcard or […]

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A Day In The Life
Mental Illness
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A Day in the Life of Nicole Carman

We are profiling the lives of those suffering from mental illnesses. In honor of MHAP’s week dedicated to Bipolar I and II awareness, we are interviewing Nicole Carman, founder of MHAP. What country do you call home?  I live in Mississippi, in the US. When were you first diagnosed with your illness? (And, if you’re […]

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Therapies
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Facing the Inner Critic: Shame & Self-Esteem

It was an all-staff meeting and the room was full of coworkers I barely knew– immediately reminding me why I was an introvert.  I felt the familiar rush of nerves when the supervisor suggested we all go around and introduce ourselves.  She even included the dreaded ‘fun fact’ question. My heart was pounding and when […]

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A Day In The Life
Mental Illness
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A Day in the Life of Shirley Davis

Today is Dissociative Identity Disorder day – and with that, we kick off our series called “Day in the Life”.We are profiling real people living with mental illness(es). This week we interviewed Shirley Davis – freelance writer, public speaker, author, and MHAP blogger living with DID. What country do you call home? The United States […]

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