We share your stories, stories of everyday people who are diagnosed with mental illnesses. We currently have a blog of stories submitted by our readers, as well as social media channels with memes, quotes, and more. Trendy, fun, flirty, depressing at times, honest.. welcome to Happy Pill.
Why was Happy Pill Created?
They say having a mental illness is a full-time job. Truth is, you probably juggle more than just working this mental illness of yours. You work, go to school, intern, have a boyfriend/girlfriend (or at least pretend to), have some sort of relationships with others, feed your pets, keep up on The Bachelor, and somehow manage to find time to go to the store to grab your favorite bottle of wine. We recognized that there currently is not a positive, attractive community online for young women with mental illnesses. Our goal is to provide a trendy, attractive environment for young women to access information, stories, and a community of others with mental illnesses.
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Her spirit animal is a cat. Similar traits? Mischievous, cute, and always hungry. Mohazab studies at the University of Southern California and has been aware of the prominence of mental illnesses among young adults. As a young woman at USC, she has decided to start with focusing on young women her age to create a community for young women with mental illnesses to have a space to share their stories and for others to learn what exactly their peers are going through.
Nicole is currently a sophomore at the University of the Pacific, where she studies psychology. She is passionate about helping others, fostering positivity, and eating avocado toast. When she’s not working with Happy Pill, Nicole enjoys spending time with the girls from her sorority, Delta Gamma.
Danielle is a sophomore studying Public Policy at USC. When not looking at pictures of pugs online or watching food videos on Facebook, she loves doing research at USC to help the elderly, volunteering to feed the homeless, spending time with her sorority sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, or grabbing an acai bowl with friends. Her goal in life is to better the lives of those around her, especially those who struggle with mental illness.
Landon is a rising sophomore studying Communications at DePaul University in Chicago. He is a Bay Area native with a strong passion for traveling. He enjoys discovering new music, speaking on important issues, and serving as the Social Chair to Phi Kappa Psi Illinois Zeta. Through HappyPill, he hopes to educate individuals on the importance of mental illness awareness.
Kyle is currently attending high school in Oakland. She is a vibrant and outgoing young woman who loves meeting new people and sharing experiences. In her free time, she loves drinking tea, experimenting with makeup, and driving around. Especially in high school, mental illness is prominent among young women, so Kyle’s goal is to create more of an awareness in her community and give young women a platform to connect with one another and share their stories.