One of the struggles in society is the idea of “how/what things should be.” The problem with that, is that it turns it into an absolute and alienates those who do not fit into the how and/or what things should be like.
Mental health can no longer continue to be pigeonholed, and we must accept that the people we love the most likely suffer from it. What you know (think you know) about mental health doesn’t fit.
As a father of four, the story below was tough to read.
Health Declan Daniel, 12, with his mother Penny Daniel. Penny Daniel is a grandmother and mother of three, “a big, a middle and a little.” She recently shared this heart-wrenching story about the death of her 12-year-old son, Declan, at the NAMI Washington’s storytelling event, The Brainpower Chronicles. It’s […]