Mental Health. What does Mental Health look like? Mental health is a state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn well, work well, and contribute to their community. In an uncomplicated way, mental illness is ...
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My first time out–and out Let me be real for a minute. I am nowhere near passing. I have only just started going outside dressed. I wear what I consider is comfortable-nondescript women’s attire. Such as stretch leggings, a short sleeve tunic blouse, and flats (not women’s ...
“For Children Who Were Broken:” A Poem by teen Elia Wise by Elia Wise For adults who were treated badly as children For children who were broken, it is very hard to mend…… Our pain was rarely spoken and we hid the truth from friends. Our parents said they lo...
I know there’s nothing wrong with me I know that I’m just fine Why should I have to think about The dark clouds in my mind Why would I choose to focus on The pain I felt before What’s done is done, the past is past It doesn’t matter anymore S...
Dabbing my toes in the water of femininity. Is this what I’m really doing or am I a creature of unknown origins? A collection of thoughts and actions that show neither a true path nor a divergence from safety and the familiar. Enough with existentialism. Just what the heck am I...
Hey they, girlfriends. It’s great to be with you again. Happy Christmas season to you. You are all beautiful heroes. Never forget that. I’ve read many stories, posts, forums and articles here about “passing”, and I wanted to add my 3 cents worth (e...
As the world continues to face one of its biggest challenges, I felt compelled to write something encouraging. So many things weigh heavily on us all-not just the COVID virus itself. The medical and health risks-especially among the older members of society (and the CDH community...
A few months ago, I went to court to testify as part of my job. When I came out full-time, the legal counsel for where I work sent out a memo to all Prosecuting offices in our area, informing them of the name change and everything. I had no trouble testifying. Sometimes, it can b...
Coming out to my parents was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. It was the last wall to climb in truly accepting myself and in my coming out to the world. I have always been extremely close to both my parents; well, maybe not always. They’ve always been my parents...
Once I got on antidepressants, I started to get a better grasp of everything. I felt as if I could finally let the weight fall from my shoulders; unburden those immense feelings that were smothering me and lay them down. I felt like I could calmly work through one by one all the ...
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