5 thoughts on “May MH Awareness Month

  1. I always thought that if I stepped up and didn’t hide my mental illness then people might see how normal it is to have a mental illness. Here I am now with no friends in real life no real support and two knees that don’t work. One that is actually fractured. Can’t even get the medical community to see me for what I am. So was it worth it? Yeah, it was. There were people that I wasn’t particularly close, but were on the fringes that took note. I never hid why I was in the hospital so I’m sure that I touched someone. Now I just lay in my bed and endure the pain.

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