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Bruni in the City: Presenting Well
: …if I toss on perfectly cut wool trousers and a turtleneck, I feel like I'm in power.
Writing Expresses My Inner Self
: Documenting my life in black-and-white, I was able to see that I’m a beautiful person who was...
Bruni in the City: When Co-workers Know
: Hang in there and stay focused on living and being a part of life.
Bruni in the City: Gaining Confidence
Bruni en la Ciudad: Aumento de Confianza.
: La odisea en mi propia recuperación ha sido aprender de qué manera puedo confiar en el mundo otra...
Bruni in the City: Breaking Up is Hard to Do
: Those of us in recovery deserve to be in relationships and to experience intimacy, even though it...
Living a normal life as a consumer
: I think the effect of stigma on one’s success in life is overrated. Each of us has within us what...
In the Name of Goals
: I believe it’s possible for someone with schizophrenia to hold a good job, marry, have kids, or do...
Book Review: Learn To Power Think
: Whatever the cause of self-doubt, I decided I had options as to how I responded to it.
Time to Say Goodbye
: I’ve decided to stop trying to do more than is humanly possible.
Book Review: Urban Tribes
: Let’s get together at the table. Let’s create our own urban tribe.
Finding the Best Job Possible
: Working is a major stepping stone in the process of recovery. It is the prime reason why I was able...
You're Right to Write
: That is the beauty of the written word: if we name it, we can claim it.
Self-Discovery Through Recovery
: Being conscious of the illness allows me to take charge of it, and not let it get the best of me....
Bruni in the City: Online Dating
: Focusing on difference isolates us from others who don't have an illness, when we should be finding...
Scrutinizing New York's Periodicals for Stigma
: When [popular periodicals] write about a 'psycho,' they're writing about me," one advocate said.
The Trial of Being Who You Are
: When the media reinforces a stereotype of women with mental illnesses, how can we know that the...
Recovery Involves Having Goals
: If the seeds of illness are there when we're born, recovery is our birthright.
There's a Job Out There For You
: …I'm living proof that there's a job waiting for you, if you keep an open mind, be patient, and are...
Personal Spiritual Beliefs Help Me Recover
: Every day I seek to forgive myself if I feel guilty or ashamed for having gotten sick.
Don't Be a Girly-Man!
: Moderate, consistent exercise is better than random bursts of intense activity.
A Cause to Kill For
: You have to believe in your potential. You can't let fear stop you from fulfilling your dreams.
Doing It: Interviews are Your Chance to Shine
: It is illegal on an interview for the employer to ask if you have a mental illness…It is also...
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