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Live On

Some people do not think they can get through the challenges they face, and some people may think there’s no way to live a happy, fulfilling life with a disability, but we know that’s not true. The Live On Movement was created to show people with disabilities the incredible lives they can lead, and all they need to do right now is choose to Live On. The mission of the Live On Movement is to show disabled people everywhere that life is worth living and to connect people with the resources they need to Live On. [more inside]
posted by gauche on May 8, 2017 - 1 comment

Blisters, corrugations, creases, cusps, furrows, grooves, undulations, wrinkles...

An atlas of thin film patterns. [more inside]
posted by Mapes on Nov 21, 2016 - 1 comment

The Last Days and Strange Death of Horace Greeley

On November 13, 1872, a week after he lost the most lopsided Presidential election in history, and two weeks before his death, Horace Greeley wrote a letter to nobody, fueled by the paranoia brought on by a nervous breakdown. The letter is a heartbroken litany his debts and mistakes, some real, most imaginary. This is that letter.
posted by kleinmatic on Jan 10, 2016 - 0 comments

Pilgrimage of Desire: A Travel Memoir

The story of my young family's trip around the world told against the backdrop of my recovery from depression. [more inside]
posted by alicat on Jan 29, 2015 - 0 comments

Robot Hugs: A Webcomic

Robot Hugs is the webcomic about anything that's in my head. I do comics about weird animal hybrids, cats, being queer, and other random thoughts. I also often do comics about having depression. I currently update twice a week.
posted by robot-hugs on Dec 2, 2012 - 0 comments

Hear You Me

any comments, feedback, or ideas would be greatly appreciated! this is a first attempt at creating an online place where people going through experiences like depression and social anxiety can connect. i really wanted to emphasize location so that eventually people who use the site are encouraged to meet up in real life, and also because location itself is a kind of shared experience. my hope for the site is that people can talk about what they're going through and really have people there listening. i also hope people can find peers or mentors who can support them over the long term. please feel free to spread the word and thanks for your time! i hope to hear from you. [more inside]
posted by willt on Jul 15, 2010 - 2 comments

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