A melhor coleção da melhor série! #TheOffice #SteveCarell
I suffered from depression and anxiety for the last 9-10 years. I’ve received treatment and I’m fully recovered today, with the support of my husband, family and team of doctors, including my therapist.
Inspired by my personal struggle, I founded The Tapestry Project, which features personal stories of those whose lives have been touched by mental illness.
I found that in our society, people are able to “know about” mental illness. But many do not “know of” the unique individuals that live with it day after day. My wish is that through Tapestry, we would grow in our understanding and support towards the people and families that suffer from a very real, debilitating and even fatal, illness. And that people will realize there is no shame is getting professional help. And that things do get better.
If you’re keen, I would like to share my story on your platform, because I want people to see other people for who they are, and not for their illness
Be glad tumblr isn’t scratch & sniff (yet?)—one of our Amorphophallus titanum specimens (aka corpse flower, stinky plant, titan arum) is getting ready to bloom! We’ll be posting daily pics on our instagram and website, sending out updates via twitter, and rounding out the fun with some goodies here on tumblr. Best guess right now is that it’ll bloom sometime this coming week. It’s on view in the Conservatory now through the big stink.
caption: Image from volume 117 (January 1891) of Curtis’ Botanical Magazine, in The Huntington’s holdings. GIFed by The Huntington.
Drew some armor with my KCAI buddy Zoe Van Djik, and then I ran some errands. I got called a chink while crossing the street near Washington Square Park, and then 30 minutes later I got interviewed by a guy from WNYC about what I thought about how Ebola was being covered in the media.