Author Archives: Stephanie George

About Stephanie George

I am Mary Crawley incarnate. I am old enough to know better and still too young to care; I like to look at the world through rose-colored lenses.

Six months

Six months have passed since I last posted in this blog. Truth be told I’ve felt some guilt for not doing so because I made commitment to self to be courageous by showing myself to the world here. On positive … Continue reading

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Living Stigma Free

I was listening to some oldies but goodies when a song transported me to a time in 8th grade when I was not yet grown-up but thought I was, a time when I wanted to go to the mall with … Continue reading

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Fire and Fury

John McCain’s daughter Meghan has inspired me to Talk Louder… #JoinTheMovement to #CureStigma Continue reading

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Drunk on Sunshine

Like Christmas, I think appreciate summers in Iowa more because they come but once a year. I recently celebrated my birthday. It was so joyful I don’t ever want to forget it: a cloud-free sunshine day, a bike ride by … Continue reading

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Spring Happens

I’m beginning to exit my winter hibernation state – finally. What have I been up to? Besides spending time at the police station… Continue reading

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1,000 miles

Have you ever met someone who reminded you of your past self? I did recently. It got me to thinking about the past, what I’ve gleaned this year, where I’m going and HOW I’m going. Continue reading

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To thine own self, be kind.

With age comes wisdom. Educating friends, family, and co-workers about mental wellness can be exhausting. Continue reading

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