Will we see increased suicide rates during this recession? There’s no doubt about it, we’re in a global economic recession. And historically, … Increased suicide rates during a recession
Blog I very much enjoy the blogosphere. Very. And, I’ve been slowly returning to regular liking and commenting. It does take a lot to find the focus to get a post (or three) written. I certainly can’t do it every … Continue Reading An Update On The State Of My Blog/Life/Illness
So, I really am not doing “good.” I go in phases of being “so-so” to really having a lot of “mental anguish.” And, I want to be as transparent as I can with this. Especially as I recently met with … Continue Reading Update On My Blogging
Everything’s good btw! 🙂 I have several posts lined up until the end of August 2020. I’ll be back once I’ve had a chance to regroup! Thanks, as always, for reading my blog!
Originally posted on Prose for the Masses:
It is a guttural scream inside that no one can hear but me. It is a million fireworks with their fuse set ablaze, waiting to light the night sky that is my soul.…
This is my 225th post! It’s been a fun journey and YAY! 😛 Also, I am posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (with the occasional post in-between) these days. And, whenever possible, I like to practice better self-awareness. It’s far … Continue Reading My 225th Post & Now Allowing Search Engines To Index My Site
I don’t always post on holidays (or for significant events), but today, I want to post on Pride Month. To me (and, it hasn’t always been this way, having grown up in a small town), love is love. Let me … Continue Reading Happy Pride Month!
Here we are approaching June, but I couldn’t leave May without posting something about mental health awareness month. As many of you know, May is indeed mental health awareness month, and I am writing to you as someone living with … Continue Reading Mental Health Awareness Month
Pooja of lifesfinewhine reviewed my first book! Somehow, I forgot to make mention of this. Thank you so much Pooja! … Continue Reading Good Days And Bad Days By Mio Angelo (Book Review)
Beginning tomorrow, I will be posting twice weekly, on Monday’s and Friday’s at 8:30 AM CST. I am trying to find a better balance with what I am presently capable of doing while also managing my illness, and this looks … Continue Reading I Am Now Posting Twice Weekly (On Monday’s And Friday’s at 8:30 AM CST)
This post marks my 200th post… Yay! 🙂 I am a bit surprised at how far I’ve come, and I hope to continue for another 200 posts (at the very least). Thanks for reading/commenting on my articles. Have a great … Continue Reading My 200th Post… Yay!
I would like to thank Tanya of divinelybipolar.com, for nominating me for the Real Neat Blog Award! I very much … Continue Reading The Real Neat Blog Award
I have a complimentary booklet available for immediate access on the site. mentallyillinamerica.family.blog/booklets/ Not to be confused with the two books that I’ve previously written (that were also reviewed), this is “just” a booklet! “The Fight For Insight: A Look … Continue Reading “The Fight For Insight” (Educational Booklet) Is Available For Immediate Download!
As the title says, I hit 100 followers on WordPress (yay)! But, what does the 230 followers overall mean? I … Continue Reading 100 Followers On WordPress, But 230 Followers Overall?
Anecdotes on Volunteering is a short book written by Mio Angelo of Mentally Ill in America that looks at how schizoaffective disorder has interfered with his desire to volunteer or work. The anecdotes are in relation to volunteering rather than … Continue Reading Book Review: Anecdotes on Volunteering