But even though autism is mostly looked at as a disability in our society, with the lockdown I felt like I wasn’t the disabled one anymore.
Cecilia from Hungary talks about the difficulties of finding the fine line of being supportive and helpful to a friend who might need help. Sometimes we are the ones going through a crisis, sometimes it’s someone else. In my case, it’s usually someone else. I had it easy, and for many years I thought thatContinue reading “The passengers view to driving off a cliff – Cecilia from Hungary #mentalstories”
I was struggling with mental health problems four years ago, which was caused by mobing and stress at work. As a person with acquired disability, at one point in my life, I was going through a long psychological therapy which was a part of my rehabilitation, after I survived two strong strokes. That experience madeContinue reading “Workplace stress – Marijeta from Montenegro – #mentalstories”
I was Erasmoholic, hanging out with Erasmus students was my only passion, all have started in 2014. I talk about it, as it had an impact on my work and studies. I had no friends. I was pretty calm and introverted. They go… and I was forced to see all those places again. Every semesterContinue reading “Erasmusholic – Tomek from Poland – #mentalstories”
Meet one of our EuroYouthMH Advocates Grace, from UK. Talking about importance of youth participation and finding alternative supports whilst waiting for services.
The fantastic Jonny Benjamin, advocate/writer/many other things, but most importantly a FACILITATOR at the European Youth Event 2018 with us in June later this year, tells us his #mentalstories of growing through mental distress growing up in the UK. You can see and hear more from Jonny on his website or Twitter below: Home @Mrjonnybenjamin