Some of you may have heard of the Blog for Mental Health 2014 event. As someone who has had and continues to have their own struggles with mental health, I feel it is something I should support and promote. This doesn’t mean all of the blog posts I write all year will be about mental health, but some of them most certainly will.
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I have decided to partake in the Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project. . . for many reasons including but not limited to the fact that: my siblings have struggled with issues related to mental health in their adolescence, and also because I hope to serve as a mental health professional after I (fingers crossed) get accepted into/complete graduate school. I hope to study Clinical Mental Health Counseling or Clinical Psychology and one day work in a Pediatric Hospital. (Isn’t background info. so fun?!)
Anyways, my particular interest right now is in Autism Spectrum Disorders and working directly with children with Autism but also with their families, as I’m really interested in family dynamics as well.
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“I pledge my commitment to the Blog For Mental Health 2014 Project. I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others. By displaying this badge, I show my pride, dedication, and acceptance for mental health. I use this to promote mental health education in the struggle to erase stigma.”
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I’m struggling to write something meaningful or inspirational because I feel neither of those things. Instead, I’m just going to share some things I’ve found impactful. . .
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Sometimes I read something that steals my breath, steels my convictions, and reminds me that there is redemption in every story, that beauty can come from the ashes of despair.
This is why I write about things I’d sometimes rather forget.
This is why I know it’s important to add my voice of support and advocacy for those who are facing what may feel hopeless, impossible, or insurmountable.
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