All I had ever heard about college were stories of great parties and amazing friends. I just finished my first semester and, to be honest, it was the hardest thing I have ever done.
Even if you do not identify as part of the LGBT community, you still have an important role to play. You can learn to be an ally. The more I work with queer youth, the more I hear “If I had had just one person to talk to, maybe it wouldn’t have been so hard.” You and I can learn to be that one person. You and I can help.
When I was depressed, I wanted a quick fix to my issues. Living in a world of immediate gratification, I wanted my problems to go away quickly and simply. After years of looking to others to fix me, I finally turned to the one person that I was avoiding...me.
Dating. It can be so much fun. It can also come with some heavy emotional baggage, especially when you struggle with your mental health. While there is no one size fits all dating advice, check out these tips that have helped me.
It’s finals time. Here are some tips to help you get through this semester and start the next one on the right foot. Check them out and good luck!
On December 4, 2011, after attempting to overdose on over-the-counter drugs, I was not thrilled to still be alive. Three years later, I am happy to be here. This is the story about the day that changed my life.
Strength is not defined as the lack of weakness; strength is defined as the ability to overcome weakness. We are all human and we all have weak moments, but this does not mean we are not strong. It took me a long time to learn this.
Everyone has had something mean or hurtful said about them online at least once, it sucks. Online bullying can happen to anyone. When it happened to me, I wasn't sure what to do or how to stop it. Check out these steps that really helped me.