Storytelling

"Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world" - Robert McKee

You can share your story and make an impact on the world too! Contact @mindovermatterri on Instagram or use the message icon in the lower right corner of this page for more information.

To view full stories, check out @mindovermatterri on Instagram!

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Lara

Koelliker

"To give back to a community that has given so much to me, I have made it my mission to connect with and show others who are struggling with mental illness & health."

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Alyssa

Baker

"If you struggle or have struggled with mental illness, it only makes you stronger, makes you different, and allows you to help others."

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Gabi

Streisand

"Mental health is an extremely important issue and we should start to look at is as not such a negative thing, but as part of what makes us the people we are!"

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Caroline Capozzi

"Luckily, I have a great family and great best friend and access to medical help...I am not sure what I would have done without them."
 

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Lily

Barker

"I've found being honest with others lessons the severity of my symptoms, despite how scary it may be to confide in others about your illness."

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Tara

Sullivan

"In the past few years, I've been through many different programs, relapses, and met so  many incredible people who taught me that my flaws and how I choose to see them makes me into who I am."

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Sana

Iqbal

"Every single time I've broken down or had to take care of myself or reach out to someone for help, it has just made me stronger. It is the reason why I am able to move 3000 miles away  in a month for this next part of my life."

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Liv

Worrell

"Although it may only be  a small drop in the ocean of ending the stigma, I know this is the beginning of a life where I will do all that I can to raise awareness on the topic."

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Annie

Rogers

"I have my tough spots, but I have stopped being ashamed of my anxiety and when I lost the shame, I became a lot more confident. I've grown to know that my anxiety is a part of me, not all of me."