Living in: CT
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “Life Cut Open.” It’d probably be a drama/comedy centered around my life as a psych nurse and all the funny stories and things that happen at work! I’d love for it to raise mental health awareness at the same time!
Living in: Ohio
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “The Cloudy Road.” It would be about finding one’s identity and discovering purpose in life through unlikely sources.
Living in: Indiana
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: My Secret Past(a) and it would show my life and the inner workings of my mind: cats, anxiety and rants…with a side of food issues…I mean, pasta.
Living in: I live in Indiana for school, but Wisconsin is my true home!
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “Dessert First.” The show would be about people learning the best ways to balance their priorities, and how to put others before themselves. At the end of the day, the characters gather together and eat dinner. They share what they’ve learned that day and obviously eat their dessert first! (Can you tell I have a sweet tooth?)
Living in: Illinois
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: It would probably be called “The Teenage Misadventures of the Neurodivergent.” In my case, it wouldn’t just be about me. Myself, my boyfriend, and my closest friends are all people who live their day to day lives suffering from mental disorders. It would be about teens learning to live their lives to the fullest despite the things that hinder them and how they conquer day to day drama. It’d be like FRIENDS but with high school students who all have mental illnesses.
Living in: Western Massachusetts
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “Just…Cats.” This was a tough question because I don’t know how to boil down an entire life into a single snappy title. The show wouldn’t necessarily just be about cats. I just…cats. Y’know?
Living in: New Jersey
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “Ups and Downs.” It would be about the ups and downs of dealing with various mental illnesses and finding good moments within tough times.
Living in: Tucson, Arizona
If my life was a TV show, it would be called: “Not Your Cinderella.” It would be about a young girl who strives to be more than another “Cinderella.” She’d rock climb, do martial arts and slay her own dragons in the form of injustices in daily life.