I have some time before work to put out the writing schedule of this months posts, all dedicated to learning more about DSM diagnoses and the research that backs them up (or doesn’t). I’m also asking for people’s experiences so that we may add a personal aspect to all of the clinical madness.
If you want to submit your story (200 words or more), you can find my contact information on my HOME page (click here) or you can reach me on my social media handles (below).
Each post will go live on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday each week of May. The Line Up is as follows:
Week of May 4th: Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive/compulsive and related disorders, and Trauma and Stressor related disorders.
Week of May 11th: Schizophrenia, Bipolar, and Dissociative disorders.
Week of May 18th: Somatic disorders, Eating disorders, and Depressive disorders.
Week of May 25: Gender Dysphoria, Neurodevelopmental disorders, and Personality Disorders.
On Monday, May 31st, we will give a quick summary, explore feelings that may come up, and find ways we can celebrate and inform people about mental health every day, not just one month out of the year.
For submitting your story:
If you would like to present something 200 words or more, your story will be posted separately from the main article, but on the SAME DAY as your topic. For example, if you want to submit your story about anxiety, it will be posted within an hour of the main post this Thursday.
If you would like to provide a quote or small paragraph (less than 200 words) it will be included in the main post at relevant points.
For both types of submissions, I can link your blog, social media, name, or anything else that you’d like. For longer stories, if you want to write a bio, I will put it at the end of your post.
Please share this information with friends, family, and anyone you feel would want to participate. If you yourself wants to participate, please contact me.
Let’s empower each other and remind the world why we matter.
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