I think it and then I write it.

Sarah Fader is the CEO of Stigma Fighters, a non-profit organization that encourages people with mental illness to share their stories. She's been featured on the front page of The Washington Post.

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What smartphone addiction looks like when you're living with ADHD ...

What smartphone addiction looks like when you're li...

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The Mommy Wars won't end until parents take responsibility for their ...

The Mommy Wars won't end until parents take respons...

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The mental illness myth: People like me aren't the cause of ...

The mental illness myth: People like me aren't the ...

Depressing mother article
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When mom has a mental illness

Mental illness is not scary—by treating it as such we do both our children and society a great disservice....

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I am totally cool with not being a “cool mom”

Eventually I realized I had two options: I could continue to feel like a pigeon in a land full of peacocks, or I could adjust my expectations....

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Facebook’s “dislike” button is going to be a disaster

This is why we can't have nice things....

Preschool 7 article
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What I learned about being an adult by going back to preschool

Playtime is a chance to embrace our true selves—we could learn a lot from children if we paid more attention to them....

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It’s OK to think your toddler is a tiny, horrible person

Remember parents, men and women all over the world are dealing with similar frustrations. The best thing we can do is have a sense of humor about it....

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In this school, children will grow up believing bathrooms have no gender

It is not our place to enforce gender identity on our children. By enforcing gender stereotypes, we are stifling their growth process....