The Therapeutic Day School and Diversity in Special Education 

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

Below is my final project for my upper level philosophy course– The Ethics of Diversity- that was just graded. I replaced the name of my old school in it, quite honestly because my parents told me to. I would have liked to include it. Ah well! Enjoy. _________________________ Olivia Epley Special Topics in Philosophy: The…

The Philosophy of Suicide

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

Please do take all I write here with a grain of salt. I’m just a philosophy major and I’ve not yet taken a class, but I do pride myself on being able to compound information and spit it out cohesively rather well, as well as being able to logic things out, so to speak, passably…

VIDEO: Look! Something fun! A DORM HAUL!

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

I talk about super depressing stuff all the time so here’s something very fun: a dorm haul!! For my freshman year at college! ME! College! Sorry for the blurriness! Enjoy!

Music, Mood, Mental Illness

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

Music has always been known to have a visceral impact upon the body and mind. Even beyond it prompting people to dance, its upbeat melodies make folks happy, dulcet tones calm the anxious, and screaming validates the angry. For some reason, and I’ll dive into why I think this is even though I can’t know…

Harry Potter and the Road to Recovery

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

I’ve done a full read-through of the Harry Potter series every time I’ve been in any overnight treatment. Sometimes this has meant I’ve had a week to work with, sometimes several months. I’ve always managed, and with good reason. Tucked inside the many hundreds of pages of seemingly child-geared storytelling can be found countless golden…

The Value in Surrendering

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

The easiest and hardest things I’ve ever had to do all involve the act of surrender. Struggling with surrendering composes much of the human condition, but I have had to surrender to the following. I can’t restrict anymore; I must surrender to my doctors. I have to eat much more than what others of my…

2 Crafty Keys to Setting Goals (and Sticking with Them!)

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

Screw SMART goals. Now that I’ve gotten that years-long, suppressed, festering expression of resentment of my high school Executive Functioning Skills class out of the way, constantly maintaining goals is a crucial element of mental health. I’ve always found SMART goals to be too rigid, structured, and therefore inaccessible to be of any help to…

The Extroverted Couch Potato

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Salutations, dear readers. Katie here. Because our fearless leader here at Millennial Girl, Interrupted is a generous human who strives for inclusivity and a variety of perspectives, I will be guest writing on this fine blog (hopefully more than once). Below, I hope to shed some light on my personal experience with anxiety and to…

I’m so OCD: Anorexia and OCD

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

I’m so OCD is a recurring theme. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is my primary diagnosis and I’ve noticed that there are many circulating misconceptions and misunderstandings of the disorder. I’ll be writing about different compulsions and areas within OCD’s jurisdiction, in the hopes that discussion of it will help foster understanding and compassion. Warning: some of…

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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