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  • Writer's pictureDallas Shepard

No Shame or Guilt in Mental Illness

Updated: May 26, 2023


no shame or guilt in mental illness
No Shame or Guilt in Mental Illness

Discover a world where neurological disorders meet hope and healing with no shame or guilt in mental illness. At Harmonized Brain Centers, we're dedicated to easing the burden of conditions associated with mental illness. With our cutting-edge care that is Drug Free, Non Invasive, Safe, Effective and Affordable, we aim to transform the lives of those struggling with mental health issues. Let go of shame and guilt, and instead, join us in embracing the poignant words of Debbie Sesula's poem—shedding light on the experiences of those affected by mental illness. Immerse yourself in a journey towards understanding and acceptance.

If you’re overly excited

You’re happy

If I’m overly excited

I’m manic

If you imagine the phone ringing

You’re stressed out

If I imagine the phone ringing

I’m psychotic.

If you’re crying and sleeping all day

You’re sad and need time out

If I’m crying and sleeping all day

I’m Depressed and need to get up.

If you’re afraid to leave your house at night

You’re cautious

If I’m afraid to leave my house at night

I’m paranoid.

If you speak your mind and express your opinions

You’re assertive

If I speak my mind and express my opinions

I’m aggressive

If you don’t like something and mention it

You’re being honest

If I don’t like something and mention it

I’m being difficult

If you get angry

You’re considered upset

If I get angry

I’m considered dangerous

If you over-react to something

You’re sensitive

If I over-react to something

I’m out of control

If you don’t want to be around others

You’re taking care of yourself and relaxing

If I don’t want to be around others

I’m isolating myself and avoiding

If you talk to strangers

You’re being friendly

If I talk to strangers

I’m being inappropriate

For all of the above you’re not told to take a

Pill or are not hospitalized, but I am.

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