Welcome to the first issue of Wyn Magazine, focused on providing resources and hope for women’s mental and emotional health.
Wyn has been a dream and collaboration project for over two years, and we’re so excited to finally begin sharing it with you. After Associate Editor Amy Jane Helmericks and I both struggled through different experiences with depression, we clicked on the idea of putting together the content we wish had been available to us. It’s been fun and fulfilling teamwork assembling the group of designers, photographers, writers, and mental health professionals to create great content for you. (more…)
Letter from the EditorJune 1, 2013by Becky Castle Miller
Reaching Out of Postpartum DepressionJune 2, 2013by Evita Gahagan
Rebuilding Life from Broken PlansJune 4, 2013by Joanna Holman
Fangirl Therapy: Harry Potter and the Nervous BreakdownJune 6, 2013by Becky Castle Miller
Staring Down the Dragon: Fighting Chronic DepressionJune 8, 2013by Amy Jane Helmericks
Why I Became A CounselorJune 10, 2013by Kristen Kansiewicz
Surviving Your Partner’s DepressionJune 12, 2013by Jen Sparks
Life & Fiction: The Power of NamingJune 16, 2013by Becky Castle Miller
The Time I Didn’t Fall ApartJune 19, 2013by Becky Castle Miller
Falling Apart in Clinical TermsJune 22, 2013by Jen Sparks
When Your Body Falls ApartJune 24, 2013by Evita GahaganMental and emotional stress can take a toll on your body. Recovering physically from a condition like adrenal fatigue is difficult but possible.
Strength is Overrated: Weakness Is AllowedJune 27, 2013by Amy Jane Helmericks
How to Cope with Retriggering Your BreakdownJune 30, 2013by Kristen KansiewiczWriting about a time of falling apart can cause retriggering your breakdown, when the feelings of that time and experience come back to you strongly.