May 29th: Books featuring Mental Health
— In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month
I found out about this book because I was looking for characters with ADHD. This book starts with two girls who are assigned a school project together. Kat has anxiety, and Meg ADHD and either girl want to admit that out loud, I think the reason why they wouldn’t speak up out about it is due to the dark light that society on mental illness. This book will hold a special in my heart as the main characters are similar to best friend and me. Like Kat and Meg, I’ve anxiety and my best friend ADHD. This book is an essential lesson on mental illness and unbreakable friendships. My rating is a five out of five stars.
You’ve a powerful yell
But that I’m hurting you can’t tell
With people, you use your charm
Your eyes are so close that to cope with your son harms
You can see tears
Full of fears
I feel pain to the core
Can I live anymore
If I die will I be free?
Or I will still be locked with a key
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August 28: Back to School/Learning Freebie (in honor of school starting back up soon, come up with your own topic that fits the theme of school or learning! Books that take place at school/boarding school/during study abroad, books you read in school, textbooks you liked/didn’t like, non-fiction books you loved or want to read, etc.)
Let me be honest, I never really liked the book read in class since they were classics which I’m not a fan of. So, I’m picking five topics and two books that go with that topic.
I’ve been suffering from a week of anxiety, and I’m not posting this to get pity or anything like that from my readers. I have hopes that in writing how I feel and opening myself up will help someone else in knowing they aren’t alone. The first time, I remember having an attack I was about seven or eight when a child at school tried to push me down all the stairs. Another time the same kid grabbed me by my throat, and that’s how it all started. As a teen and adult, I have anxiety about staying alone all my life ( which to many of you that sound stupid, but I feel the need for love). For me blogging and writing help. What do you think comment down below!
Have a great day,
August 7: Books You’d Mash Together (pick two books you think would make an epic story if combined) (Submitted by Rissi @ Finding Wonderland)
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I ship them together because both girls fought to live.
Both books show that true love never dies.
Both books talk about racism.
Two families with a transgender kid.
Both main characters are gender fluid.
Boybands and music.
Love next door.
Blogging and love.
Lesbians with different family.
Talking about mental health.