In a unique take on our Writers Symposium series, writers Tonja Renée Stidhum (Blavity, Shadow & Act, The Root, etc.) and Shamira Ibrahim (Very Smart Brothas, Washington Post, etc.) explore their ongoing journeys with depression, anxiety, body dysmorphia, and mental illness. They bravely detail how they sought the support of their friends and family members, how each of them chose their therapists, and what gave them the will to carry on even in their darkest hours.
"My Name Is Tonja. And I Think About Committing Suicide" | Website | Twitter | Instagram
"Body Image and Me: My Struggle With Body Dysmorphia" | Website | Twitter
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