To say I was relieved when I checked Michigan’s midterm election results this morning is an understatement. When I went to bed, I was feeling afraid of what sort of Michigan we’d be waking up to. There was a lot hanging in the balance— for queer and trans people, for people of colour, for working… Continue reading Reflections on the Mitten’s Midterms
Guest Post: A Chronic Madness: My Path to a Healthier Existence
Many thanks to Whitney for writing this post! CW: sanism To whom it may concern, I am a mad woman. I believe I was born a mad woman. When I was just a zygote the madness was brewing. Nobody knew it was coming. To be honest, as it was creeping in year by year,… Continue reading Guest Post: A Chronic Madness: My Path to a Healthier Existence
Guest Post: Trust me, I have already thought about their feelings
A huge thank you to Karlie Ebersole for contributing this guest post! CW: sanism, ableism A couple months ago, I decided for the third time in my life that I needed to begin to see a therapist. As someone with an anxious and often depressive neurotype, there are generally two options posed to me:… Continue reading Guest Post: Trust me, I have already thought about their feelings
Reblog: Can the suicidal (academic) speak? Personal reflections on depression, suicide and research.
Want a taste of the future of Critical Suicide Studies? Check out this blog. CW for suicide, suicidality, sanism/ableism.
Compulsory Able-Mindedness (pt. 2)
CW for sexual violence, psychiatric violence, suicidality. If you have experienced the suicide of someone close to you, it might be best not to read this post. In my last post with this title, I talked about the nature of compulsory able-mindedness and how there is a ubiquitous expectation in our society that we all… Continue reading Compulsory Able-Mindedness (pt. 2)