Macey Bernstein

Sometimes the worst thing that happens to you, the thing you think you can’t survive — it’s the thing that makes you better than you ever used to be.

https://waytomuchtoosay.wordpress.com/
Mental health issues are nothing to be ashamed of. I'm a writer to the bones. I have endometriosis. I'm also a recovering addict and type one diabetic. Quotes and music are my life. Let's change the world one word at a time.
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When You’re Depressed: It’s Easy to Isolate But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t

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It’s Still Not Cool to Judge a Book By Its Cover: What I Wish People Knew About My Mental Illnesses

by Macey Bernstein
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Shame, Rape & PTSD: How My Addiction From Five Years Ago Still Impacts My New Normal Today

by Macey Bernstein
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7 Side Effects No One Wants to Talk About: I Take Antidepressants Because I was Depressed But Now I’m Numb & Still A Little Sad

by Macey Bernstein
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10 Years in The Making: This is What it Feels Like Living With Endometriosis

by Macey Bernstein
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Type One Confessions: I’m Tired & Sometimes I Wish More People Understood Why

by Macey Bernstein
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Depression, Despair & Death: Here’s My Take on Why So Many Americans are Sad Enough That They Think Ending Their Life is The Only Way Out

by Macey Bernstein
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It’s Okay to be Afraid: 10 Signs You May Have an Actual Anxiety Disorder

by Macey Bernstein
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Through the Highs & Lows: 5 Truths About Dating Someone with Type One Diabetes

by Macey Bernstein
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Eating Disorders & Working Out: How Staying Active Actually Helps My Recovery

by Macey Bernstein
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Let’s Talk Coping Mechanisms & Substance Abuse: Three Ways Yoga Helps Me Overcome the Darkest of Days

by Macey Bernstein

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