It actually was the second cover that caught my personal interest. Britney Spears, the woman face somber, glancing over the woman best neck. Her attention, lined in shade and kohl, look unused and…begging. I’m maybe not a Britney enthusiast, but my personal center breaks on her along with her group; for more factors than one.
The headline checks out: “Living with Mental Illness,” and I also imagine, “Yes. I am aware. Me and most I know. Yes. We realize.”
You notice, for me personally, mental illness is when sophistication and true to life have actually collided. Continue reading “Whenever Grace & Real Life Collide: Coping With Mental Disease, Role I”