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Inspiring Hope & Reclaiming Dignity through the Power of Story

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Reflections from the Inside… Out

Editor's Note: Emotions -- can't live with them, can't live without them. How do we make sense of them? As someone who has experience with depression, one of our volunteers shares her personal reflections on Pixar's latest hit, Inside Out,... Continue Reading →

Clinical Psychology in Asia: A Casebook [Tapestry Book Review]

We review mental health related material so that our readers are informed of what resources are available in our community. Here is a book review done by one of our volunteers, Justina. Title: Clinical Psychology in Singapore: An Asian Casebook Editors:... Continue Reading →

Making The Best of My Life: Sam’s Story

Editor's Note: Our social interactions and significant relationships can contribute to our sense of self and self-worth.  In Sam's story, she shares what led to her suicide attempt and how she found peace today through owning her personal coping methods. Her story also... Continue Reading →

Green Couches: Ana’s Story

Editor's Note: Some of us come from difficult backgrounds, where family relationships were rife with conflict, inflicting wounds and scars that never seem to go away. These hurts, when not dealt with appropriately, can leave one vulnerable to mental distresses... Continue Reading →

Looking On: Angela’s Story

Editor's Note: Amidst the pain of loneliness and stigma that often accompanies mental illness, our reader Angela found comfort in her artwork. A talented artist, Angela has graciously provided one of her pieces to accompany her story on surviving a... Continue Reading →

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