About the Journey

Originally posted on Taralyn Rowe:
I have learned a lot about mental illness through first hand experience. I started writing this blog when I was experiencing the worst depression of my life and kind of just settled on the fact that my life was not going to get any better. I accepted a disorder as…

‘Mama! You dare?’

Q. Did you ever cancel or annul an adoption? answered by Kristen Gorden, Raised several children with severe mental illness We were advised to with our second youngest. At 4 we were asked not to bring her to church because of her behaviors. By the age of 5 she had already been in a pediatric […]

I am a Zebra!!

Q. Has anyone ever correctly diagnosed someone? answered by Leslie Jean Rhodes, CCU/ICU, OB, Neonatal, Geriatrics, ER& Trauma ER, Med Surg Sure. I approached a family at Wal-Mart. The husband was about 6′4″, and solid. The wife about 5′ tall with a baby in the cart seat. I had to stop her. He kept on […]

How to Pick Glasses that Work with Your Face

by ELYSE HAUSER  Three-quarters of American adults need corrective lenses of some sort. For those who choose glasses, the frames become an integral part of their look. But how do you find the best frames to suit your face? Different Frame Types for Different Faces Many overly simple guides promise to sync up particular frame […]

Why can’t someone just snap out of depression?

answered by Milos Vukotic, I had experience with severe depression Disclaimer: I’m not a psychiatrist, psychologist or anyone who’s expertise is related to mental health, but I have had experience with severe depression in the past and I have researched quite a lot about mental health over the years. Also, I’ll be assuming that by […]