Below you’ll find articles I’ve written for other websites or magazines, updated regularly and broken down by publication.

The Mighty

The Mighty is a digital health community created to empower and connect people facing health challenges and disabilities. We have over 1 million registered users and are adding a new one every 20 seconds. Our stories and videos are viewed and shared more than 90 million times a month.

While I am a part of The Mighty’s team as a mental health contributing editor — copy-editing contributor articles on all mental health topics — I have also written my articles on my own mental health and associated stigma in the media. You can find these below. As of January 2018, I also began producing more weekly staff editorial content on The Mighty, including op-eds and content strategy.

Op-Eds (“Mighty Takeaways”)

The ‘Logan Paul Suicide Forest’ Game Highlights a Bigger Problem in the Video Game Industry

Why ‘Loose Women’ Panelist’s Opinion About Mental Health Days Is So Dangerous

Dear Tabloids: Our Antidepressants Are Not ‘Happy Pills’

Content Strategy

19 ‘Go-To’ Video Games People Play When They’re Depressed

10 Misconceptions About Borderline Personality Disorder We’re Tired of Hearing

21 Uncomfortable Mental Health Symptoms We Don’t Talk About

16 Problems Only People With Anxiety Understand

16 Things People Want to Say to the Friends They Lost Because of Depression

18 Signs You Grew Up With ‘Hidden’ Depression

24 Little Motivation Tricks for Getting Through the Day With Depression

20 Songs to Add to Your Playlist If Sad Music Helps You Cope With Depression

10 Tips for Getting Through the Day When Depression Makes You Exhausted

15 ‘Harmless’ Comments That Actually Hurt People With Depression

21 Ways to Cope With Anxiety-Fueled Anger

23 ‘Embarrassing’ Symptoms of PTSD We Don’t Talk About

21 Unexpected Coping Techniques for People With Compulsive Skin Picking

Personal Articles

Why I Haven’t Begun to Grieve, Even 6 Years After My Father’s Death

When an Article Links Anxiety to a Disease You’re Already Terrified Of

My Anxiety Made Me Avoid a Lump on My Jawline for 15 Years

When Anxiety and Depression Make You Hold On to Guilt

BBC’s Suggestion That SSRIs Create Murderers Could Put My Partner’s Life in Danger

When Depression Makes Me Doubt My Own Depression (and Everything Else)

What It Feels Like to Have a ‘Depression Hangover’

CultNoise Magazine

CultNoise Magazine is a now-closed digital student magazine, for which I had the role of co-editor-in-chief. I also contributed a number of articles to the magazine, including reviews, interviews and news, a selection of which you can find below.

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