You Want Me To Be A Smiling Robot

Mental health stigma continues to be real.

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Sad does not mean suicide. Years ago, I said this to a friend who sounded the alarms. Called in the brigade and kicked up a fuss. You might say, this is a friend who cares. This is a friend who wants you alive when all I want to say in response is: please settle down, not ever tear is me inching my way to the gallows. I don’t need you…

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Felicia C. Sullivan

Felicia C. Sullivan

Marketing Exec/Author. I build brands & tell stories. Work in Human Parts, OneZero, Forge, Index & Marker. Hire me: t.ly/bEnd7 Brand & Content eBooks: t.ly/ZP5v

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