On Mental Illness and Recovery

Generally by the time you realize you have mental illness and share the fact with others, it means you are no longer lost and you are back on the road of sanity and life. Mental illness is not being lost. We cope, deny and self-medicate when lost. We survive. Mental illness happens afterwards, when we … Continue reading On Mental Illness and Recovery


No Alcohol, No Problem

It's pretty sad that we as a society are really against drunk driving and teen rape, but also, as a society, adhere to the peer pressure belief that you need to drink to be cool/adult/throw a good party. It's a real social stigma, and one that costs people their lives and health. Once the stigma … Continue reading No Alcohol, No Problem