From Burden To Badass: How I Became An Activist & My First Vlog (circa 2014) | Eve Reiland

https://youtu.be/nHOwtRwtSDE My body was a coffin after the onset of Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures*, a mental condition, in 2010. It was a living breathing container for a dead person walking. Consciousness came with unending electric pain zapping through my limbs, back, head and left me exhausted and unable to do the basics of life — like get …

Chaos & The Quiet: Prose About Sensory Overload and Recovery | Eve Reiland

Note: This is prose about experiencing Sensory Integration Disorder.  (Originally published  FEBRUARY 2, 2016 on Quirkybirdwords.com) I stand here barefoot on carpet,  the fiber of comfort and home pressed into my soles. My roommate, The Quiet, stands with me. We watch branches and leaves swing through a wet window. The Quiet doesn’t echo the cacophony in my mind. …

From Burden to Badass | Eve Reiland

 Published originally APRIL 10, 2016 on my personal blog, Quirkybirdwords.com. My body was a coffin after the onset of Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures*, a mental condition, in 2010. It was a living breathing container for a dead person walking. Consciousness came with unending electric pain zapping through my limbs, back, head and left me exhausted and unable to …

Autistic Activist Talks Severe Mental Illness and Cannabis – YouTube

Eve Hinson speaks to #LawEnforcement and #FirstResponders at Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). https://americanbadassactivists.org/ It’s human to think different. Eve Hinson | July 2017 Evolution of Eve | Rediscovering life then and exploring the now  By Eve Hinson, Badass Founder & Contributor |  @badassactivist | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Tumblr Memory loss, scattered focus, inability to track time, and an ill-known stigmatized neurological disorder, plus PTSD …

Evolution of Eve | Chaos & The Quiet

This is prose about experiencing Sensory Integration Disorder.  I stand here barefoot on carpet,  the fiber of comfort and home pressed into my soles. My roommate, The Quiet, stands with me. (Originally published  FEBRUARY 2, 2016 on Quirkybirdwords.com) We watch branches and leaves swing through a wet window. The Quiet doesn’t echo the cacophony in my mind. …