Hi guys… It’s been quiet here for a few weeks, but I hope you are reading and enjoying the posts I have been sharing with you on The Spotlight. I enjoy sharing them with you, and addressing these critical and sensitive topics. Last week, I shared a post about Challenging Feminism. If you missed it, please click the link to have a read.
Today, we are delving into the realm of mental health. I studied mental health and actually did THREE placements on it, in my degree course on Social Work. One of them was with children. So, I know quite a bit about it, but I still find it to be one of those touchy subjects, that you really have to be careful what you say and how you critique it.
The post I am sharing today drew my attention, because there was something about it (even the title) that connected with my feelings about life generally. The self-doubt. The question of labeling, and if you really fit the label you have been given (or even chosen).
The Authour is a young (sounds so) lady, who goes by the name Anna, and blogs at www.anonymouslyautisic.net. You can guess what…