I didn’t have a relationship with myself. I wanted to get as far away from myself as possible. I didn’t want to be crazy. I didn’t want to be this weirdo. I’d have picked anyone else on the street, “I’ll be you! “Teach me how to be you! I don’t… Continue Reading Why School Is So Challenging With ADHD | Body Language

When I was about 13, 14 years old, I remember coming back from school on the bus, wearing my school uniform, and a man brushed his hand up against my leg and then put his hand in between my legs. I didn’t say anything, and that’s part of me thinking,… Continue Reading Reclaiming My Body After Rape: Living With PTSD

Before we get into the secret world of these mysterious tunnels under the city of Paris, we should probably explain to those who don’t know what the catacombs actually are. And before you get carried away with your imagination, these are not as has been depicted in cinema, with hordes… Continue Reading 7 Million Bodies Are Buried In This World’s Biggest Grave

Endometriosis feels to me like someone’s hand is literally clenched up in a fist with all the knives on all of the digits and then it goes right up inside you, just near your lungs, and then it, kind of, punches you two, three, four, hundreds of times. The pain… Continue Reading Endometriosis Feels Like Being Punched Up The Vagina With Sharp Knives | Body Language

I remember in primary school, the teacher asked us what we would all do if we won the lottery. And my peers were saying, you know, “Go on holiday, “give my mum some presents,” and all I could think about was, I’d get my ears pinned back, a nose job,… Continue Reading What Body Dysmorphic Disorder Feels Like | Body Language

today for me will be one of the most important and special transmissions I ever offer up to today of course because there’s another video to come after that YouTube right there’s always the next level but this is gonna be one of the most special transmissions I’ve ever offered… Continue Reading The Pain of Loss – Matt Kahn

Well, my birth defect affects me every day. When people see me they’re like, “Wow, that’s the half woman!” Or, “She has no legs!” Hi, buddy. Hi. Hello, Luke. I’m very fun and outgoing. I, um, don’t let anything stop me from doing what I want. I go for my… Continue Reading My Life With Half A Body: Living Differently

When I tell people I took a year off uni, I always say it’s because I was unwell. But I never say I was mentally unwell. I know people will react differently, but it shouldn’t be that way. Those two statements should be treated the same. I think the first… Continue Reading What It Feels Like To Have Depression | Body Language

♪♪ [ Suspenseful music plays] ♪♪ Ah, meh-meh-meh-meh-meh-meh- meh-meh-meh-meh-meh-meh. ♪♪ [ Alarm rings ] Aah! Don’t start the test without me! ♪♪ Oh. This isn’t high school. [ Gasps ] Oh. And I’m not in my underwear. Good. That teenage nightmare reminds me of another one — not getting enough… Continue Reading Adam Ruins Everything – Everyday Hidden Truths and Misconceptions (Mashup) | truTV

Name’s Cathy Marchioli. Single mother, very busy always. Even as we speak, I’m sending an email. Loop back, action steps, synergy, sent. Now, I may be busy, but I hate getting ripped off. So if I’m getting scammed, I want to know. Oh, wow! You are the first person to… Continue Reading Adam Ruins Everything – A Big Bed of Lies | truTV