Our anonymous, compassionate and charismatic guest blogger shares her emotive experience as the sister of a brother living with anxiety. She gives a first person narrative on bias, acceptance and support systems.#artsconnectinternational #7Dresses4Health
ACI has been having fun with 7D4H, getting out into the community to present and share ideas through workshops and panel presentations. Stop by to check out some of our work at Lesley University, with Global Health Corps, and the Williams James College. #artsconnectinternational #7dresses4health
Incredibly brave narrative from Sam Newland that dives into his relationship(s) with cancer, depression, and death. He examines these three lenses in tangent with his father, and his own search for happiness, stating in the end, “As for myself and my father, death has been our greatest teacher in how to live happily ever after”.
In this great #7D4H guest blog, Devon O'Connor draws several parallels between the Counting Crows, mental health messaging, and the potency of music in addressing the human experience.
Last week, on March 23rd, I began writing about “hidden” disabilities - focusing on learn-ing disabilities (LD). In that blog I wrote about how no two experiences with LD are the same. Correspondingly, it is only fitting to share various narratives that glean light and perspective on the topic of LD.
This is a must read blog by talented guest blogger, Caitlin Brogan on anxiety and depression from a first person narrative, "If you know one person with depression, you know one person with depression. Same with anxiety disorders. I am not sad. I am not upset. I am not scared. My brain processes reality differently than yours."