Category: 2014 Spring – Mental Health

Worth It

By Hannah Johnson I had always been an anxious person, and by the time I started high school I was also depressed. When I was fourteen, my mother was diagnosed with late-stage cancer. I was told by a few of my peers that my mom...

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Split Down the Middle

By Mariah Cruz Sometimes I feel like my head might explode or my body might split open, no longer able to contain the two separate people that live within its confines, like a scene from the movie Alien. One person is a...

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The Things They Don’t See

By Julie Morgenlender The thing about invisibility is, you can choose, if you want, to “pass.” If you “pass,” then you face less discrimination in specific areas, like at job interviews or just in the world in general. But then,...

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Crazy Love

By Jane Barnes I don’t know when I went crazy. My father was a shadow that crept into my room in the dark, and when my liberation occurred, we’d built a big house out in the country; the important point: my bedroom was now on...

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