BringChange2Mind

August 21, 2010

From Diagnosis to Empowerment

Filed under: Youth — Tags: , , , — Linea @ 1:27 pm

I just returned from a weekend conference for NAMI Washington State. Having been diagnosed only five years ago I have found it interesting to watch myself as I have moved through the various phases of acceptance. Between the inspiration of the conference and my present realizations I have decided that I should start a series for young adults (or anyone interested) on the path from initial diagnosis to empowerment. In these posts I hope to provide examples from my personal story along with tips and ideas for how you can achieve these goals. My upcoming posts will be:

Stayed tuned!

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1 Comment »

  1. So there I was, wondering WHO just returned from a weekend at the NAMI Washington State Conference. I wondered if I’d met this person and as I continued reading this post I thought hmmm… sounds like this person is going to have some great stuff to share, and so I clicked on that little star that says “Like”.

    And THEN it showed your name, and in that moment, an anagram came to mind. I hope that you will be encouraged by it.

    Never forget that you are:

    L-ovable
    I-nspiring
    N-ice
    E-xhuberant
    A-mazing

    I can hardly wait to read what you have to share!

    Hope your day is FABULOUS!!
    Sue Ray (of Sonshine, Silliness, Legends & Laughter)
    It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect.

    Comment by Sue — August 21, 2010 @ 2:16 pm


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