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! 🙂Read More I’ve changed my site’s URL
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 you’re so inclined… Please leave a comment about the content in the comments section! Reviews […]Read More My Poem Book Is Complimentary And Is Now Available!
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 helps me and I can appreciate that it sometimes is helpful to you too… Thanks […]Read More 300 Posts And Going Strong!
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 from easy, but it helps when you’re “in the know.” So, I purposely have kept […]Read More My 225th Post & Now Allowing Search Engines To Index My Site
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 Into One Human’s Every Day Mental Health Challenges” (An Educational Booklet) is complimentary and is […]Read More “The Fight For Insight” (Educational Booklet) Is Available For Immediate Download!
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 stories of volunteer experience. At one point, Mio describes the book as one big therapy […]Read More Book Review: Anecdotes on Volunteering
Greetings Fellow Bloggers! 🙂 I just completed my second book—“Anecdotes On Volunteering.” It contains 3,500 words and is available April 19, 2020! It deals with reflections on some of my experiences with chronic mental illness. Also available is my first book—“Good Days and Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To […]Read More I Released My Second Book Today!
Good Days and Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To Live With It is a book about living with schizoaffective disorder, written by Mio Angelo of Mentally Ill in America. He’s offering it for free; just contact him via his blog. His determination is quickly apparent in such statements as: […]Read More Book Review: Good Days and Bad Days
“Good Days And Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To Live With It” is the story of my life (thus far). It has 12,500 words, and was downloaded over 50 times in 5 days. Considering I’m only at 80 followers right now, who are these people downloading my book?! If […]Read More To All My Followers