UA-46606510-1 I Am Not Crazy - We Rock Out On Mental Illness Awareness
I Am Not Crazy - Mental Illness Awareness Non Profit
"Anxiety is not rude. Depression is not selfish. Schizophrenia is not wrong. Eating disorders are not a choice. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is not crazy. Mental illness isn’t self-centred, anymore than cancer is self-centred. It’s a medical illness."


Revised version thanks to some great anon advice.

eating disorder awareness facts!!

TEXT, TALK, ACT! An awesome conversation about mental health that will be happening via text!

On April 24th text “start” to 89800!!

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People often think that if they relapse once then their recovery is over. This could not be further from the truth. Even if you relapse for a day, you are still moving forwards and getting stronger.

Slow progress is better than no progress.

(via mandas-recovery)


It’s not a phase… 

Eating disorders are very serious diseases that need to be treated as such.

Eating disorders are the most fatal mental illnesses. They are not a trend or a fad or a choice. They are dangerous and deadly.

(Source: fyoured)

(Source: syk0paths)


Whenever someone mentions that they have a mental illness or any mental issue, people view them as sick or abnormal people when in fact they’re absolutely normal. Help us in raising awareness of mental illnesses and trying put an end to this stigma!

Coping Skills List →


I’ve been in treatment for various mental illnesses since 2008, and over the years I have learned a lot of coping skills. This list is not exhaustive (far from it), but these are the ones that work best for me. I also know that sometimes you don’t have the energy to go and get…


It’s time for us to teach kids to be happy and to love themselves for who they are, not for the size of their jeans.

(Source: recoveryisbeautiful)

Got Mental Health Awareness?  Brandon Marshall does.


Yes just to say to everyone I have ever known:
Stop , ok stop it,
stop saying “oh I’m so OCD about this” that’s not how it works, OCD is NOT an adjective
Stop making fun of me , for my OCD, I cant help it, its not like I choose to have OCD
Stop treating my OCD like a joke, its not, its a nightmare
Stop trying to mess up my routines I have , just so you can laugh at me.
OCD isn’t a choice its a serious disease, so seriously people , educate yourselves and think
That’s all I’ve got to say
Sorry for the ramble
I’m just fed IP of people doing this and I’m to polite to tell them to stop

Credit for photo : youthmatterlifeline