Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Chaya Grossberg: The art of the blog

If you missed this interview on blogging, you can listen to it here. Thanks Lauren Tenney and Julie Greene! <3
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Blogging for the silenced

Here’s part 1, before I got cut off. To be continued.
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The Art of the Blog | Chaya Grossberg

Tomorrow, Wednesday April 15th at 6pm PST, 9pm EST I will be going on Talk With Tenney to talk about my experiences with blogging.

I will discuss how important blogging is for our movement and for us as individual psychiatric survivors because surviving psychiatry is being silenced, so every one of us has a lot to say.

A lot of trauma gets stuck in our voices, and even makes it hard for us to think clearly and function if we don’t speak out somehow, so blogging can be written words, audio, video, images, etc.

Whatever form it takes, we are all liberating each other. I recently wrote a blog called “My Story is Your Story,” in which I talk about how important it is for every one of us to tell our story because our stories are all wound up in everyone else’s stories. http://ift.tt/1NE2y27
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An Emergency Call to the Sensitive Ones | Chaya Grossberg

Awesome guest post by Joey Lovechild Von Hoven

This is a call-out. I normally choose my words carefully and with beauty, but I don’t have the time to do that right now. I take that as a sign that I’m ready; this is a message to myself as much as to you. This is a message for a small but very definite percentage of people. You know who you are. You’re sensitive and you know it. You’ve probably been told you’re too sensitive, and you’ve probably learned to be ashamed of it.
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My Story Is Your Story | Chaya Grossberg

My story is your story even though you don’t know. Your story is my story even though I may never know the details.

I may see them in your face, the way your jaw slants, hear them in your voice, how it’s hard for you to speak at times; I may sense your story as it screams out of you no matter how hard you try to keep it silent, but only because it’s my story too and we always recognize ourselves in the mirror, no matter where we are, no matter how far from home or what time it is or how much or little we’ve slept.
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The Psych Med Song: antipsychiatry song on psychiatric drugs

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84 Things I Could do Once Again When I Got Off Psychiatric Drugs – Mad In America

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