Libero started with a story and sharing stories is still the heartbeat of our organisation. When you share your story on our site, you become part of the conversation, voicing freedom from shame and secrecy and bringing about change in the way our world views mental illness.
We do not believe freedom is found only through “full recovery.” Freedom is found when we break through the walls of secrecy and shame that kept us trapped so we can own our stories and begin to thrive.
This project allows the members of the Libero community (YOU!) to share stories and photos to Voice Freedom!
You can share your “Free from” photo and tag us on Instagram (@liberomagazine) using #VoicingFreedom
Please submit your story below and feel free to include a “Free From” photo as well. You may also submit your photo along with a short, encouraging message for our community rather than your whole story.
Does your article fit into our word count limit of 500-1,000 words?
Is your article an original piece that has not been and will not be published elsewhere?
Have you included a square “Free from” photo? (preferred, but not required)
Fill out the form below to submit!
Community Blog Submission Form
Note: By sending us your story and/or photo, as stated in our Submission Agreement, you grant us the rights to share and redistribute both in print and online. Submitting does not guarantee acceptance of your submission.
From as early as I can remember, I was a victim of emotional and verbal abuse by my parents. Today, I am not just surviving, but thriving and growing. The post Lynn: Free from Emotional and Verbal Abuse appeared first on Libero.
I refuse to criticize myself anymore for not being an idealized, “perfect” version of myself. I treat myself the way I would any of my other friends because I know now it is what I deserve. The post Heather: Free From Extremes appeared first on Libero.
Flaws do not make me a failure; flaws make me human. I’m not perfect, but I’m all kinds of awesome, because I’ve learned to live a life free from labels and free from lies. The post Tabitha: Free from Labels appeared first on Libero.