Guest Post: Interview with Carolyn Skowron, Author of Unbreakable: Breaking the Silence, Finding my Voice, Sharing my Story 

How did you get through the most depressing times?I think having support and love from friends and family is so important in going through hard times. My best friend in the entire world is the reason I am here today. Everyone needs support and someone to talk to regardless of it being friends, family, significant … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with Carolyn Skowron, Author of Unbreakable: Breaking the Silence, Finding my Voice, Sharing my Story 

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Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Bedlam and Tea Tony Abbs

1. What is one of the hardest aspects of having Bipolar?The alienation and rejection that is often felt from society leaves me feeling shameful for having a mental disorder. The ignorance and lack of empathy from society can compound my progress due to the negative responses I may feel towards their lack of understanding. 2. … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Bedlam and Tea Tony Abbs

Guest Post: Interview with Author of Breakdown: A Clinician’s Experience in a Broken System of Emergency Psychiatry

What inspired you to write the book, Breakdown: A Clinician’s Experience in a Broken System of Emergency Psychiatry, that got published in October of 2018?  I’m in my 14th year as a mobile emergency psychiatric social worker. Although most mobile psychiatric emergency cases have involved mentally high functioning patients, I’ve been most invigorated from helping … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with Author of Breakdown: A Clinician’s Experience in a Broken System of Emergency Psychiatry

Guest Post: Interview with Author of “Mind Over! What’s the matter?” (His Story with Bipolar Disorder) by David Hamilton

David’s book, an open and honest account about his struggles with bipolar disorder and his positive outlook, can be found for free on his website Let’s Get GR8 Again. He is also on Twitter. Q: How did your journey start? A: My journey started away back on the 4th of February 2002. A period of … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with Author of “Mind Over! What’s the matter?” (His Story with Bipolar Disorder) by David Hamilton

Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story

Jeffrey Zuckerman is the author of Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story Description of Book from Amazon: Jeffrey Zuckerman’s harrowing five-year ride began months before his wife Leah was diagnosed with late-onset bipolar disorder. After thirty years of marriage, Jeff, a semi-retired editor and a second-string catcher on a recreational softball team, nearly became unglued himself … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story

Guest Post: Interview with Author of Hear The Music- She is the Sister of The Soloist-A Musician with Schizophrenia

Hear the Music: Memoirs from the Sister of the Soloist by Jennifer Ayers-Moore Friends of Ayers Organization What led you to advocate for mental health?My brother has a mental health condition, when it first manifested I felt so lost and didn’t really know how I could help even though I stood by my mother’s side … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with Author of Hear The Music- She is the Sister of The Soloist-A Musician with Schizophrenia

Guest Post: Interview with Mental Health Author John Medl

I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder one with psychotic features in 2006. I was hospitalized in a locked down ward for 11 days until I was stable enough to be released into the general public. I have had a few hospitalizations since then, but none for 10 years or so. I also have Generalized Anxiety … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with Mental Health Author John Medl

Guest Post: Interview with DJ Jaffe- Author, Mental Health Advocate, and Executive Director of MentalIllnessPolicy.org

Following is an interview with DJ Jaffe, author of Insane Consequences: How the Mental Health Industry Fails the Mentally Ill and executive director of Mental Illness Policy Org. Q: What got you interested in serious mental illness? DJ: In the 1980s, my wife and I became guardian for my sister-in-law and the day treatment program wanted to … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with DJ Jaffe- Author, Mental Health Advocate, and Executive Director of MentalIllnessPolicy.org

Guest Post: Author of Rambler- A Family Pushes through the Fog of Mental Illness Interviewed

How do you think your memoir, “Rambler,” will be helpful in ‘writing away the stigma’? The stigma associated with mental illness is tricky to overcome because the symptoms involve a person’s behavior and thinking, making it difficult for people to think of the fluctuations they see in a person as an illness. Neuroscientists are making … Continue reading Guest Post: Author of Rambler- A Family Pushes through the Fog of Mental Illness Interviewed

Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Bipolar Disorder, My Biggest Competitor: An Olympian’s Journey with Mental Illness

Amy Gamble is a Mental Health Speaker, Coach & Advocate. Olympian and Bipolar survivor. Find out more about her and her cause and fight at amygamble.com. Amy Gamble is the Executive Director of NAMI Greater Wheeling.  She’s been speaking for the past two years and has reached over 4000 people.  From conferences to commencement speeches, Amy … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview with the Author of Bipolar Disorder, My Biggest Competitor: An Olympian’s Journey with Mental Illness

Guest Post: Interview: Author, Speaker, Advocate: Natasha Tracy Explained

Natasha Tracy, author of “Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression & Bipolar” talks about some things you might not know about her. For example, her thoughts on whether there will be a cure for bipolar disorder in her lifetime and the secret to her red hair. Read on for more about  Natasha Tracy … Continue reading Guest Post: Interview: Author, Speaker, Advocate: Natasha Tracy Explained

Guest Post: A Personal Story About Anxiety and Depression and How Science can be Used to Help with your Well-Being by Nicola

What Is Depression And Anxiety? Understanding The Science To Emotionally Regulate And Support Your General Wellbeing. Two words commonly expressed when discussing Mental Health. Yet are these merely normal emotions everyone feels on the emotional scale, and if so, how do you differentiate between feeling Depression (low mood) and Anxiety (nervous) to having disorders? As … Continue reading Guest Post: A Personal Story About Anxiety and Depression and How Science can be Used to Help with your Well-Being by Nicola

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Are you interested in gaining more traffic to your blog or website? Would you like to tell your story, but don’t have a blog? Do you want to spread the word about your book, video, social media platform? Doing a guest blog on my my blog is a great way to do that. For examples … Continue reading Guest Post Submissions

Guest Post: Sleeping and Mental Health by MA Sleep Institute

A bit of background on sleep and mental illness While historically our theory on the interplay between mental illness and sleep disorders was simply that mental illness can cause sleep disorders. Recent research has made the link between the two stronger and more complicated. As opposed to mental illness being the cause of sleep disorders, … Continue reading Guest Post: Sleeping and Mental Health by MA Sleep Institute