When a Childhood Hobby Turns Into a Tool To Help Others

In today’s interview, we wanted to speak with Ayan specifically because of his drawings he posts on his Instagram. In his art, he’s able to explain complex subjects such as aspects of trauma, dissociation, and more. Click read more to check out the full interview and to learn more about his artwork and how it …

A Series Of Unfortunate Bends, Killer Heels, and Tearful Therapists

The healing process is such an interesting topic to explore. Every story is unique but often the same as well. We’re all working towards something in regards to a better future and improved health, among other things. It isn’t an easy journey to navigate nor is it ever one that seems particularly black and white. In …

What It’s Like To Live With Dissociative Identity Disorder

With television shows like United States Of Tara and movies like Split, dissociative identity disorder has gotten some mainstream media attention, but how much of it is accurate? We had the chance to talk with Makayla about her experience and how she manages her day to day life. Read on to learn more.

Have You Ever Felt Like a Fraud Despite Your Accomplishments?

No matter the position we’re in, no matter how much we’ve accomplished, we’re unfortunately all subject to this feeling that we’re somehow “faking it”. What is this phenomenon called? Imposter’s syndrome and it is exactly what it sounds like. It’s that icky feeling you get when you feel like you’re a fraud at something you’ve …

Faces Of Fortitude: A Photo Series About Those Affected By Suicide

Even though there has been much progress over the years, there are some things that are still a bit more “taboo” to talk about. One example is the topic of suicide. However, there is one brave woman who tackles this topic head on, Mariangela Abeo. Having gone through an experience with losing her brother, she …