Where To Research Heavy Topics For Stories

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Okay to sum everything up, your best bet for real life experiences is Quora. Maybe Wikipedia and Google as well. I suggest you to do the research yourself btw.

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Do your research, proofread, and you’ll be fine!

Thanks.

Thank you!

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@Sydney_H can you close this? I have what I need to know.

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I would recommend finding books/stories that go into great detail on these topics by people who have lived through these things.

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Thanks!!!

Also, watch videos on YouTube, go to websites

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Ask for help…

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Thanks again!

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@Alexandra_Rose

I tried to PM you, but…

If you want some ideas on how to write good, non-romanticizing, accurately portrayed mental health-related stories,
I recommend checking out:

Speak by J. Miley (deals with PTSD after SA, anorexia, self-harm)
Watch Me Fly by Christina Marie (deals with depression after loss)
Loving Me by Jewels (deals with self-love and anxiety)
Right Beside You by Nelly (deals with eating disorders in general)
Silent Night by H. Noelle (deals with bullying)

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Closed permanently due to excessive off-topic posting.