I Suffer From DPDR Disorder 24/7 And I Want People To Know How It Feels (New Pics)

My name is Lulu and I am a 26-year-old living in Switzerland. I create comics that describe how it’s like to live with DPDR. I’ve previously shared my experience on Focus Outside Keep it

Burger King Comes After McDonalds Happy Meal By Releasing The Real Meal

Recently Burger King released a new promotion campaign introducing their new product the ‘Real meal’. This brand new addition to the menu not only picks at Mcdonald’s Happy Meal but also delivers an important message about depression. While it’s unexpected to see fast-food giant speaking up about these issues, they try to spread mental health awareness with the message “No one is happy all the time and that’s okay”. The company teamed up with Mental Health America to and released new meals which come in a variety of different moods. The goal is to encourage people not to keep their mental health issues to themselves and speak up about their emotions. mnmtwinz The Real Meal come in 5 different moods: …

To Be A Man: My Portrait Series Challenging The Concept of Toxic Masculinity

Toxic masculinity, a variation of masculinity, refers to the socially-constructed attitudes that describe the masculine gender role as violent, unemotional, sexually aggressive, and so forth. It restricts the kinds of emotions and characteristics that are socially acceptable for boys and men to express. Toxic masculinity is a variation of masculinity that has become the standard upon which the “real man” is defined but also by which ones masculinity can be challenged (The Good Men Project). This topic is no more relevant today than it has been in the past, the only difference is that now it is being discussed more openly. My intent with this photo series is not to create anti-male sentiments or attack masculinity but, show that it’s …

I Was Recently Admitted To A Psychiatric Hospital And I Thought Id Share My Experience

Back at the start of January, I found myself in a situation I had not been in for 2 years. After a period of decline in my mental health, I became very unwell. I noticed I was spiraling down and sought support from A&E and mental health teams. After a while, they assessed that I was unsafe to stay at home. My partner and I waited for a little bit of time for the crisis team to find me a bed. Within a couple of hours, they rang to say they had found me a bed and I was admitted to the mental health assessment unit at our local hospital. I was lucky in this aspect. Many times it can …