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By Charly Ring
If you could talk to your addictions what would they say? And will they always be by your side?
Self harm, depression, insomnia
For those of you who know what I'm talking about - You're never alone.
This poem is one that deals with the concept of Anxiety, Depression etc in young teens and dealing with the idea that if, when you're in the dark, you understand it's just a ride and to appreciate it, you'll understand that you're only in a tunnel for now and there's light very soon, just...
Cam was fifteen when he took his life. Why?
There are many eating disorders...this is one that is growing rapidly each day...and we may not even know it.
"It's like screaming. But no one can hear."
I've never been 'normal'. I don't think I ever will be. I just want to escape from the voice inside my head.
Only one person can help me.
By Scott Talbot Evans
A man battles the mental health system and junk food commercials on his quest for work and love.
"5.0 out of 5 stars A whimsical tale from an institute that would have Ken Kesey Cuckoo with jealousy." "From the twisted (in the BEST way) mind of Scott Evans comes this soon to be classic tale of...
My first poem submitted for my poetry class.
This was for my English class, but I think it turned out okay Two P.O.V's.. The measuring tape is their best friend, and the mirror is their worst enemy.
Short Story | Updated Jan 21, 2014 | Reads: 39 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 10
As life bring a teenage girl further and further south, both figuratively and literally, she has to battle against terrifyingly real and metaphorical characters that are looking to kill her at all costs.Â Written completely in letters to and from the protagonist, as well as entries into her...
This is based on a true story.
It is about Catlin Wintz, an 8th grade girl suffering from bad anxiety, depression, self harm issues, bipolarness, and eating disorders.
A story about a teenage girl who feels she'll never be loved because of her weight.
Sierra Web is a twelve, almost thirteen, year old girl who has been broken and abandoned. At such a young age, she has experienced more tragedies and heartbreak than anyone ever should. Everyday she wishes to be adopted, but nobody seems to want her. Why would anybody want a preteen who...