I’m Stacey and This Is My #iAM1N5 Journey…

Meet Stacey, a mother, wife, and scientist who’s been living with anxiety and depression since her teen years and is also a trauma survivor. Her message is one of perseverance, resilience, transparency and hope…and we love her for every bit of it! Stacey B. Lane, you are brave, strong and a huge inspiration to all our Warriors out there! #warriorwednesday #mentalhealth #stopthestigma

Love Yourself Enough To Keep Growing

by Ivy from Beautifully Simply You This journey of self-love has been the most beautiful one for me, to fully embrace myself as I am and want to show the world the true Ivy, without holding back for fear of being judged, like I used to in the past. However, even though I have learned to love myself exactly as …

So Much More Than My Diagnosis

Carrie from carrie.happyhealthyblog shares her story. I was born very sensitive and empathetic, full of emotions. So at 5, I began to develop feelings of low self-worth and self-esteem as my parents began their long and brutal divorce. The divorce between my parents led me to grow up living two different lives as I visited each household which ran polar …

LOCAL BAND WORKS TO SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS

A local pop band, from Cincinnati, is using their music to spread hope and awareness for those with mental illness. Telehope, a local band of four Cincinnati natives, (Mark Brad, Adolph Goetz, Ben Malson, Nate Trammel) use their brand of dance-driven pop music to provide a touchstone of love and understanding to sufferers of mental illness. And people are listening. …