VIDEO: Applying to College with Mental Illness

A sophomore at NYU, I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

I made one of those videos that people make after they get into college. Enjoy! STATS SAT: Wouldn’t you like to know… GPA: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Extracurriculars: Watch to find out

My future plans

A sophomore at NYU, I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

This break’s been nice. It’s truly exhausting to put things out onto this website, knowing that a handful of people from my old school will likely comment something negative and/or hateful. I have only good things to say today, however! This fall, I’m going to be attending Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. I’m on as…

Reflections on Bullying

A sophomore at NYU, I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

My town has a Facebook page that is appropriately named “Town, State.” It’s a reliable source of middle aged drama and news of town happenings, good for the occasional laugh, eye roll, or sigh. Recently, my attention was caught by some postings by adults and parents within the group who were seemingly aghast to have…

The Truth About School Avoidance

A sophomore at NYU, I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

One of the most common manifestations of the mental illnesses I’ve both endured and witnessed is school avoidance. It crops up both in high school, when one can be labeled truant, and in college, when one can simply fail out of the institution. It’s also one of the most commonly misunderstood symptoms of illnesses like…

Welcome to Millennial, Interrupted!

A sophomore at NYU, I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

I was inspired to make this blog, believe it or not, by the National Walkout movement in the wake of the Parkland shooting. I attended a school for students with special needs: academically capable, but emotionally disabled. Most of us suffered from generalized anxiety and depression, as well as a smattering of other illnesses like…

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