It’s Your Thoughts. Your Space.

You’d be surprised by how powerful your words are and how you can make a difference in the lives of others. Realize the impact of your voice… your thoughts… and your life. You alone are capable of making a positive effect that can change a life and even the greater world. All it takes is you to make an impact.

This is not an elite space, reserved for experts, thought leaders, or professional bloggers. This is a blog for real people who are willing to share themselves honestly and vulnerably.

Connect. Post. Inspire.

BayArt is where all voices are heard. It’s full of thoughts submitted by those of like-minded individuals on every aspect of life. School. Work. Mental Health. Challenges. Relationships. Success. Wellness. Social Change… You name it. Here, we don’t have to feel so alone in what it is that we’re going through in our lives. Through BayArt, each of us can support one another not only through our everyday struggles but also in our daily successes. With BayArt, we believe that regardless of your age or circumstances, you have the power to make an impact. You can empower other people globally and become inspired by them — every time you log in.

Encourage

Motivate and encourage others on their journey. There are good and bad days for everyone, but the words of one person can make any bad day into a good one. If we all help and encourage each other through our struggles, we can achieve anything. Create these positive connections with others to help them, as well as help you.

Inspire those that are following your journey and show them that anything is possible. Be the one to stay positive and show them that the greatest success is doing things that people tell you that you cannot do.

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Responses

  1. updownflight

    It took me some time before I was willing to be completely open about my bipolar disorder. I literally and figuratively hid at home. Then I started to open up with other people with mental illnesses, on online forums and in support groups like DBSA.

    I have found that the more stable I get, the more willing I am to open up about my illness with people who have no mental illness. Perhaps some people with mental illness do the opposite when they stabilize.

  2. deezova

    Yes. Awesome. The timing of coming across this post is impeccable. Today I posted my first blog entry. You were the first person to like it. Seeing that “like” made me way happier than I expected to feel. Way happier. Then I clicked your name and found this. It has taken me months to build up the courage to start a blog. This little sequence of events just confirmed it was the right choice and the right time 🙂

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