In order to keep interested in your blog (and mine), I am experimenting with posting once a week moving forward. I am grateful for this blog and I am hopeful that I can say what I want to say in … Continue Reading Implementing A New Posting Schedule
Note: This is a forwarded post! Today, I have a post that’s been long in the making and I’ve been very excited to share. By the title, it sounds like I’m pitching the hottest new … How to Follow The … Continue Reading How to Follow The “Don’t Diet” Diet
For anyone need to take medications for a chronic condition like mental illness, dealing with side effects may end up being part of the reality of … Living with Psych Med Side Effects
On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder provides twenty lessons that society can learn from the tyrants of the 20th century. The book was recommended to me by … Book Review/Reflections: On Tyranny
It is now “mentallyillinamerica.family.blog.” Please let me know if you are having problems viewing the site moving forward. I am in the middle of changing about 40 site links from within my posts. Thanks and have a great day! 🙂
Here Until I’m Gone Here Until I’m Gone: 40 Poems About Trauma, Illness, And The Inevitability Of Death is a booklet of poetry by Mio Angelo of Mentally Ill in America. The poems capture the challenges of living with chronic … Continue Reading Book Review: Here Until I’m Gone (& Thoughts on Therapeutic Writing) — Mental Health @ Home
Good morning, fellow bloggers! 🙂 Available (and, complimentary to my readers) as of November 15, 2020… “Here Until I’m Gone: 40 Poems About Trauma, Illness, And The Inevitability Of Death” by Mio Angelo. Check it out here… mentallyillinamerica.family.blog/booklets/ And, if … Continue Reading My Poem Book Is Complimentary And Is Now Available!
It is tentatively being called… “Here Until I’m Gone: Poems About Trauma, Illness, And The Inevitability Of Death” by Mio Angelo. It will be available soon, and will be complimentary to readers of my blog.
I might not have realized the extent of trauma or suffering that I experienced as a child. The importance of this is to heal those wounds, even as some of them were previously repressed. There are no easy answers to … Continue Reading Had I Not Found This Community…
My first blog post was February 10, 2020. Here it is. And, nine months later… I am still going strong! I am grateful for your support!!! 300 is a big number and signifies a lot of hard work… This space … Continue Reading 300 Posts And Going Strong!
I have been posting from my phone a lot lately, and that makes renaming “images” largely inconvenient. So, the change … Continue Reading I Am Not Posting Many “Images” Anymore
This post is in response to Ashley of Mental Health At Home’s review of “My Beautiful Psychosis,” earlier this morning. After reading her review, I wanted to share some of my post psychotic episode/hospitalization experiences. But, with an emphasis on … Continue Reading Medication And Psychosis Prevention
I retired the old one in favor of this one… “Mental Health Poetry / Posts That Help Myself And Others” —Mio
I have a not-so-common mental illness (schizophrenia), and the people I’ve known my entire life are resentful of me, because … Continue Reading Something That Must Be Said
It is ALL the things she had a hand in… she IS sorely missed!