Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Deleting Social Media Should Be the New “Breaking Your TV”

Reclaiming mental health is more important now than ever.

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After college, I took a writing class with a local author who lived off the grid. I thought it was unusual behavior in 1998, even for an artist. I was working full time as a teacher, taking grad school classes in the summer, and struggling to figure out how my writing…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Vanessa Torre

Vanessa Torre

Writer, editor, plant junkie, music fan, and host of 🎙 I Hadn’t Considered That, a podcast about perspectives. www.vanessatorre.com

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