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ME, MYSELF & I

Hey there! Let’s begin with the basics of me. My name is Caitlin Jones, and I have been growing up in a country town in Victoria, Australia for the past 20 years of my life. At the moment I am studying a Bachelor of Media and Communication majoring in Social Media; ironic, I know. And when I finish with that accomplishment, I am wanting to complete a PhD in the same field, as I am in love with learning in the media and communication area; again, ironic, I know. Oh and if you haven’t noticed already, I suffer from mental illnesses, in particular, anxiety and depression. You can read my blog posts to get the update on that!

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Domestic Abuse in Romantic & Relative Relationships

A significant belief in society is that if a person is being physically and/or emotionally abused by a partner, it is acceptable to leave the situation. Which often cuts the line of communication between the two and the victim can move forward with their life. However, if you apply the same scenario to a parent and…

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How to Save Yourself & Others from Suicide

This post is more focused on distracting an individual’s suicidal thoughts, opposed to emergency medical treatment for suicide. If you’re concerned about your own or someone else’s safety, please call your local emergency response number and/or a mental health helpline. When you’re battling mental illness, especially depression, there is a possibility that the idea of…

Why You Can’t See Mental Illness

If you haven’t gathered already, mental illness is a sickness within the brain. It makes sense that the initial symptoms of these diseases, start inside the mind; both physically and mentally. http://notcrazyorg.tumblr.com/post/66985539438/the-captions-in-this-photo-perfectly-illustrate Making it hard to notice & diagnose in the early stages, where the physically visual symptoms haven’t been in operation long enough to…

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