Anxiety · Depression

Anxiety, fear and depression – by Lewis Bull

Some might ask why such a dark title for this post, I’ll tell you the reason it was this exact time last year that I finally gave in and signed off JSA for the first time in a long time, I also remember how bleak life seemed to me at the time and how anxiety… Continue reading Anxiety, fear and depression – by Lewis Bull

Art · Depression · photography · Poetry

His Name was Depression – by Jennifer Nichole Wells

At night he crept and only at night he moved in the shadows in the dreams of the young You could never see him straight away, but you knew he was there. He was a force that was felt in every fiber of your being. It starts with an itch, just out of reach, then… Continue reading His Name was Depression – by Jennifer Nichole Wells

Anxiety

Me, them and our mental health – by Lewis Bull

In this blog I thought I’d write about what it’s like to have friends who themselves have mental health issues, But I’m not just writing this from my perspective, I’ve asked my friends their views/comments on what they feel it’s like to have friends who are going through the same/similar experiences. I’ll start this from… Continue reading Me, them and our mental health – by Lewis Bull

Anxiety · Art

Headlights – by Jennifer Nichole Wells

© Jennifer Nichole Wells 2016 Note: Photographs originally posted here About the art series: While the info on my site says “A series inspired by the reflection of light on fog, the nostalgia of rural scenery, film noir, mystery and the stills from episode 1 of the Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer.” I’d like to… Continue reading Headlights – by Jennifer Nichole Wells

Bipolar · Depression · Poetry

When Hopelessness Hits – by B.L. Memee

I’ve spiraled down and now I fear what’s on my plate is a fate I did not anticipate. I thought I had an excellent plan that would keep me from residing in your forsaken land. I was wrong. I could not evade the plans you’d already laid. And now I see it rising before me,… Continue reading When Hopelessness Hits – by B.L. Memee

Bipolar · fiction

Beautiful AnnMarie (a work of fiction) – by Dan Curley

I had spent most of the year in a hospital getting treated for Bipolar Disorder. I met a lovely volunteer there AnnMarie. AnnMarie was a special kind of person. She warmed everyone’s heart. She was a humble woman not realizing how devastatingly beautiful she was. She tried to say she was old and had wrinkles.… Continue reading Beautiful AnnMarie (a work of fiction) – by Dan Curley