When “Okay” Is Not Okay

I suspect that many of us living with mental illness, or other chronic illness, for that matter, have a standard set of responses that we sometimes draw on when answering questions about how we are and what we do. “Not okay” just isn’t something most people want to hear. For me, these standard responses may […]

When “Okay” Is Not Okay

Author: PuppyPuppy

D.I.D. , writer, stagehand

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