Finding Your Way Through Adversity

On my last day of inpatient psychiatric treatment, I nervously asked the hospital’s program director if I could apply for a position there. I felt a thousand times better than the day I was brought into the system, which was in an ambulance after a suicide attempt.
I felt like I could help others who had been through the same thing. I felt scared too, because if she said “No,” that meant I was being sent into the world to make my own path.

She said no.

That’s the beginning of my first post on PsychCentral’s World of Psychology Blog. I’m very excited to have it up there. It was well received yesterday. I hope you’ll click through and read the rest.

If you’re a blogger, I highly encourage you to submit your work to external sites.

Become an authority, one post at a time.

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