On a raining Saturday morning over 50 people gathered in Riverfront Park to walk for those living with mental health conditions. The crowd was filled with loved ones, board, staff, volunteers and community partners who came together to raise awareness and say mental...
As a gay man, my earliest feelings of attraction to other men in adolescence were accompanied by an awareness that they conflicted with my immigrant parents’ expectations. I suppressed outward displays of my sexual orientation and retreated. I grew depressed and...
The problem with many of the BPD depictions we see on TV is that they fail to consider the totality of the character’s lived experience. Instead, they offer an incomplete view of the person, usually through the lens of another character’s fear and bewilderment.
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