These are the people who have been working on this project from the start. Together, they form the very foundation of this site.
Combining her interests in counselling, theatre, and writing, she intends on doing expressive arts therapy in the future, perhaps even bringing animals into the therapy room. She is working towards eradicating stigma and advocating for mental health, starting with this project. At the moment, she is volunteering with Caregivers Alliance Limited while taking her Masters of Counselling.
Awkward socialite, anxiously depressed, creating creatively. He is a random arrangement of particles that came together to be someone who likes to talk (sometimes a little too loudly), eat till he pops as well as making sure that everything looks prim and proper. He also needs to slow down.
Grown up in a single parent family, keeping things all to herself and resulting in self-harming. Enjoy the companion and educating the little ones and they became the motivation to keeping clean.
No stranger to bullying and academic failures, she knows how it is like to be a student struggling to fit in with others. She has struggled from depressive and anxiety symptoms, and she is constantly learning how to cope with her struggles. She has a wide variety of interests, including cafe hopping, karaoke, painting, dancing and many more.
Loves books, old people, furry animals, goosing around, and playing with children!
These writers have joined us along the way, working with us on the project.
Jing Yi is a currently a medical student who hopes to reach out to people who are afraid to seek help and inspire people to speak up about their experiences by writing. She strongly believes that there should be no stigma on mental health illnesses, and would be more than happy to offer a hug and a conversation to whoever that needs it.