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Kaitlin: finding my voice

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The most effective tool I have is my voice. Speaking out when things are troubling should never be ignored or disrespected. All of our experiences are valid and hold powerful emotions that need to be held gently.

Using your voice could potentially help someone else in need. It could also save your life.There is no easy way to explain the devastating and crushing grip my mental health has had on me, the relationships that have been severed, the misunderstandings that have occurred, and the pain that has spread through my mind.I was four years old when I began to show signs of certain disturbances through acting out and self-harm when I was alone.

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