Living with Bipolar | Mental Health Advocate | Public Speaker | Author | Motivator | Intelligent Human Being | Creative Influencer | Life Long Learner
Motivational speaker who is passionate about helping people Advocate for themselves and Fight Stigma.
I Am The Voice and changing the narrative of the Mentally Healthy Blogger!
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After Her Pain
15 Women and Their Stories of Empathy, Sympathy & Apathy
Stories of 15 Women and their individual paths after their pain. This piece will take you on a journey and offer advice if you can relate to the lives and situations that Cynthia Marcano, Kamitra Winborne, D.K. Jones, Ego Angel Benson- Nwobum, Cynthia Jackson, Inidan Spice, Rebecca Arriaga, Elle Vintage, Daniella M. Mclaughlin, Tanoa Bettis, Tiara Howard, Aftan Walls, Goldie Blocker, and Kenisha L. Coley have faced and overcame!
Blessed Daniella was created to help people who've been diagnosed find their voice, and be able to advocate for themselves. As we navigate the stigma that comes with their diagnosis, I want to teach people the positive facts about illness and help them understand they have a life to live and they can do so.
My intention is to serve as an advocate for parents, children, families and friends and to provide helpful tools and real-life experiences that will let you know you are not alone.
As a single-mother, living with ADHD and bipolar, born deaf in the left ear, suffering from almost permanent physical disability, and having learning disabilities, I know about the stigma that comes with these diagnoses. I wholeheartedly understand mental health.
Whether you have been given a diagnosis or love someone with a mental health challenge, know that help is here.
Why am I so willing to be transparent with my journey? It is because I believe silence perpetuates myths and misconceptions. It is my purpose to dispel the darkness and bring clarity to chaos.
My Blessed Life Blog
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Through this blog, I will be telling my story, sharing how I am living a healthy life with disabilities, and turning these things in to my ability to fight life’s storms.
I have been though a lot in 41 years many are shocked on how I am doing it. And others don’t approve. My life is written by God and I am blessed to be a character in his story.
I am the youngest of four children and yet I have the most labels attached to my name. I created this space for all the people who have felt misunderstood in life. I hope my readers feel like I am someone they can connect with. I hope to give others the inside scoop to my life story and how I have navigated through each storm. I will share my knowledge of ADD, mental health, and living with learning disabilities.
- Growing up, we always had Sunday dinner, Gathered at a house or in our own home. We went to barbecues, celebrated with friends and family, Never feeling alone, always happy to see loved ones. But I realized there’s a family missing, Not always around, and it breaks my heart. Not intentionally isolating myself, I am the single mom, the youngest, the church friend, the caretaker.