About

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Vocabvoice is a resource for those who are working on their mental health – or just trying to find their place in the world.

It is founded on the idea that when we are able to effectively communicate our feelings and thoughts, internally and with others, we are at a better position to live our best life. With the recent

uptick in mental health advocacy many people are finding themselves drawn to figuring out their thoughts and mental health.

I have found that mental health advocacy comes with different terminology and understanding how to effectively communicate my feelings has helped me significantly. I wanted to help others who are trying to figure this stuff out and created vocabvoice to do just that.

On the site you will see terms describing feelings, life happenings and other items. I create new terms, highlight and also update existing terms. You will also find articles highlighting examples of certain concepts in television and news – I find it easier to take things in with examples!

This site is meant to help and not harm but I am only human. If you see anything that is triggering or inadvertently insensitive please let me know.

Helping to open the conversation around mental health.

About me:

For the past decade I have been working to improve my mental health. It’s been a wild ride and I’ve learned a lot along the way. One thing I learned about myself is that I had trouble expressing my emotions. I was not sure how to identify or what to call emotions I was feeling. Once I figured that out everything seemed to come together. I was less confused and felt more confident in expressing myself! I positively changed my life – some have said I am living my best life.

I noticed a lot of my friends and people I ran into were having the same problem. I know first hand how freeing it feels to confidently be able to express yourself and to be understood. I created this writing project to help others find their voice like I found mine.

More about me:
  • I review contracts for a living and think thats where my love of defined terms comes from.
  • I wanted to be a psychologist when I was little.
  • My favorite herb is marjoram – love the smell!
  • I’m an INFJ – for those of you who are into that kind of stuff.