Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Drugs Were My Cry for Help

But no one was listening

Photo by GRAS GRÜN on Unsplash

If you were to meet me today, you’d meet a forty-something writer, who loves to game, travel, read, has a degree in Neuropsychology, has raised four children, has a collection of grandchildren, owns his own house, and generally is a person who has his life together.

However, if you’d have met me twenty years ago, you’d have walked past me with a look of disgust on…




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Mason Sabre

Mason Sabre

Mason is an author and a teacher. He loves to write and read and will always be a life-long learner.

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