I was asked recently, ‘Do you value your own life?’ It’s a strange question, one I don’t think people often ask themselves. Even those of us with depression and anxiety I reckon still feel the knee jerk reaction to respond automatically with, ‘What?! Of course! What a thing to ask!’ And I felt that too-
Whats it like to travel with an anxiety disorder? How often does it happen that our anxiety drains the joy out of adventure and experiencing a new place? Is it possible to still love and benefit from travel even for those of us with anxiety?
One of the most stressful and overwhelming aspects of recovery from a suicide attempt is reconnecting to and rebuilding trust in the relationships we value. Here I discuss the stressful nature of this process and offer my insight based on what I have learned from my own experience.
The Snotgirl comic series follows the sometimes delirious adventures of a famous, self-obsessed influencer who suffers from terrible anxiety *cough cough* allergies.
“My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness,” is an poignant autobiographical manga, wherein the author Nagata Kabi portrays her deeply, brutally honest 10 year battle with major depression, anxiety, and binge eating, as well as her brave, determined efforts to bring herself to life in spite of it.
I want to talk about suicide.
I want to talk about suicide in a frank and unfiltered way, from from fear or concern.