Crowd-sourcing Self-Esteem Since 1994
This is a creative non-fiction consideration of the predicament we find ourselves in. It’s a complex and wonderful world.
In today’s society, we tend to assume the worst possible scenario. Assuming that people have the worst intentions often leads to division.
Mental Health is often used as an excuse by disingenuous people to avoid taking responsibility for bad behaviour, and it needs to stop.
Talking openly about how we feel is something we all encourage but rarely do. It can be challenging, and scary. Finding effective ways to open up is key for our wellbeing.
We all feel negative emotions. Sadness, anger, anxiety, jealousy, shame. We frame them as unnatural, but they aren’t. We make ourselves bad for feeling these things, but why?
In a year that was as challenging as they come, it’s important to find something in it all to learn and grow from.