What I strongly dislike about my situation: I didn’t do anything to create it, I have to live with it, and it cannot be fixed! Now, I am sure we all have things to bitch about… but, a mind that … Continue Reading The Medication Adjustment
I thought it was fitting to update my about page, now that I’ve been an active blogger for one year. I hope all of you are doing okay. I know it’s a bumpy ride. I sometimes feel as though I’ve … Continue Reading New “About” Page
This week is my one year blogging anniversary! With that, I am just wondering whether you think there is a … Continue Reading My One Year Blogging Anniversary
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
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
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!