Interviews

Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Emalie Clarkson

Disclaimer: Apologies in advance if you are offended by anything said in this interview. The goal is to shed some light into the lives of those who suffer, therefore nothing in this interview has been removed. First of all, tell us a bit about yourself? I'm Emalie Clarkson. I'm 21 years old, I live in… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Emalie Clarkson

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Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Caleb Carter

First of all, tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Caleb Carter. I'm 22 years old. I'm from Cape Girardeau, MO. I curently work as an Administrative Assistant. I am also a mental health advocate; I volunteer with AFSP and any other mental health organization that I cross paths with. Tell me a… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Caleb Carter

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Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Michael Kissell

It's with a heavy heart we announce Michael Kissell passed away early in 2019 after a battle with Leukemia. He will be dearly missed. First of all, tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Michael Kissell, I'm 18 years old, and I live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I currently work as a Shift Supervisor-in… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Michael Kissell

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A Thank You… Sort Of

An impromptu post that will no doubt break 140 characters. Facebook has always been where I keep in touch with certain people. Most of my friends are on there and family is too. But I can't always post freely without being judged or being told I'm "spamming their feed". Twitter has always been a safe… Continue reading A Thank You… Sort Of

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My Week In Film

Last month, I was sat in the Jobcentre. It's a dark, depressing place, especially for a nearly 21 year old. I want a job, a life, a future. Unfortunately for some bizarre reason, I'm yet to succeed in the job market. Where was I? Oh yeah, the Jobcentre. So I was sat waiting for an… Continue reading My Week In Film

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The Weirdo Kid

You might say I'm a little bit... Well, odd. I like to think it's what makes me great, but others don't always agree. When I was young I got bullied very often. It wasn't exactly fun, in fact it made me rather upset. I struggled to make friends, struggled to fit in. Because of this, I… Continue reading The Weirdo Kid