Moving the Mountains of Mental Health

By Sarah Jeanne Browne | Twitter: @sarahjbrowne I have moved mountains in mental health, overcoming the worst of bipolar disorder 1 with psychotic features, most of which peaked within the last two years of my late twenties. I was alone and afraid during those times, yet not alone and not afraid at the same time. […]

Sisters in Mental Illness: Healing From Anorexia

“We’re all looking for something to make ourselves accomplished and capable in this often ridiculously scary world. Even though some people can’t relate to using food to make themselves feel better, I can tell you it’s the exact same thing as any other addiction you can find.” This month Shaley talks to Lalainia Lindbjerg Strelau, […]

The Garden Warrior

By Sheli Massie | Twitter: @sheligeoghanmas When I was little, “underoos” were a thing. Underwear that suddenly turned you into a superhero. One Christmas my grandma thought it was a cute idea to buy all of the grandkids a pair. We stood in front of the Christmas tree adorned with colorful lights, all in a […]

The Both/And

There are some weights I’ve carried silently across years, my skin and bone growing right around them tangled complicated. The heaviness buried. Still, I grew into my frame. I softened, curved found my way. I’ve made beautiful things. I can be both/and. But then, on a day still close, words spilled inky and echoed across […]

Nightmares and Cosmic Gifts

When I was offered a new job earlier this summer, a strange thing happened. I started having nightmares. It wasn’t that I was afraid of the new opportunity or unhappy with the offer. In fact, just the opposite. It was an offer so substantial that it was going to dramatically change our circumstances and allow […]