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10 Mentally Healthy Songs for Your Playlist

Olivia Epley

Founder of Millennial Girl, Interrupted, a senior in a small Connecticut high school. I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

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    I've put together a list, in no particular order, of songs that are good for mental health for various reasons. Whether it be the happy tune, the meaning of the lyrics, or the imagery it evokes, each song is sure to lift your spirits. I often find that music has a particular hold over my… Continue reading 10 Mentally Healthy Songs for Your Playlist

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    VIDEO: “Ed” as an Abusive Inner Voice

    Olivia Epley

    Founder of Millennial Girl, Interrupted, a senior in a small Connecticut high school. I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

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      The following is a video essay that I put together on the topic of the distinctive and abusive eating disordered voice. I put a lot of heart into it, despite the first couple of minutes being blurry(!)- which turning it to HD will help with- but you can also read the transcript below the video,… Continue reading VIDEO: “Ed” as an Abusive Inner Voice

      Illness · School

      New Year, New Changes

      Nicole Gasparrini

      Just your average anxious teenage girl making her way through life. It’s rough, man, and I’m here to share my experiences in the hopes of helping others.

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        The college process can be pretty intimidating. This year, I'll be heading off to college. Read on to see how I'm handling it and see college from the perspective of a mentally ill individual.

        School · Uncategorized

        My Special Ed High School Experience

        Olivia Epley

        Founder of Millennial Girl, Interrupted, a senior in a small Connecticut high school. I've been through many treatments and recoveries and am eager to share the lessons I've learned!

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          It all started with the simple fact that I could not sustain functionality in public school. I’d gotten through my freshman year passably well, my schedule stuffed with the most rigorous course-load possible, but I collapsed towards the very end and landed in a mental hospital for a month. The hope was that once I… Continue reading My Special Ed High School Experience