WE ARE DEDICATED TO ENDING THE STIGMA OF MENTAL ILLNESS
As a society, we speak openly about topics that were once unspeakable, but with mental illness, society has remained mostly silent, marginalizing people who need understanding and inclusion. What mental illness needs is more sunlight, less isolation and more truthful conversations about disorders that affect not only the individual, but their families and society as a whole. “Broken places are where the light enters.” -aCummings
Life (Music and Lyrics by Anne Cominsky, Vocals by Brianna Finnell)
This card is so important, especially when you want to start a conversation with someone you care about who struggles with depression. Too many times, the things we say, without thinking, can backfire. You can’t know depression, unless it knows you, but you can give someone a safe place to talk.
Bipolar Disorder Support Card
If you know someone who is struggling with Bipolar Disorder, they probably feel like they’re living on a roller-coaster that can send them into spiral, or throw them off completely. This care will let them know you see their struggle.
First let me say for the record that I love dogs, just ask my service dog, General, when he’s taking up half of the bed. And I absolutely believe that people facing mental health issues can benefit from medication if needed. But let’s face it, it’s not helpful to be compared to a dog when you’re struggling with Bipolar Disorder. If someone close to you is experiencing this issue, they will appreciate this card!
Panic Attack Disorder Support
Panic attacks can come out of nowhere, they don’t care about when or where, day or night, or if ruins plans. As terrifying as they are, they will pass. Find a method to use when someone in your life is struggling.