Blogging has given me a safe space to talk about my mental illnesses, my addiction and my trans identity.
Are you are so overwhelmed, stressed, or overworked that you start to become physically and emotionally exhausted? I've been there too.
Even on a campus with 30,000 other students, I often feel totally alone. Reaching out is one of the hardest lessons I've learned.
If you're going to be glued to your phone, you might as well use it to improve your mental health.
Instead of letting each use of my birth name and the wrong pronouns stab me in the heart, I let them remind me of my true identity.
It’s hard to sit in class and learn about different things when you feel like you have a hole in your heart and your head is full of static.
Sixteen was a hard year for me, but I've learned so much that has shaped me into who I am today.
Journaling helps me keep track of the hard times I’ve gone through and allows me to see how far I’ve come.
When I first heard about the “Remove the T” petition, I was confused. We are a part of the queer community, too.
Constant news about terror attacks and mass shootings can be very upsetting. You don't have to be tuned in 24/7 to be informed.