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Breaking into My Life

Breaking Into My Life chronicles the impact that growing up with a mentally-ill mother had on author Michelle Dickinson-Moravek, and how she finally reclaimed herself and the life she deserved.

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Keeping the Conversation Alive

Last week I was interviewed by two remarkable ladies from The Morning Blend on TNJ4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. To date, it was truly one of my favorite TV interviews! Molly and Tiffany were so easy to talk to and were extremely caring and compassionate. Sometimes, I really have to pause and pinch myself and realize… Continue Reading

Eat the Chocolate Cake

My message today is a little raw and a lot honest. This time it is about my own mental well-being. “Embrace your ambition” – A little yellow post-it reads that hangs off my computer monitor. Reading it does motivate me. Yet it also terrifies me. Within the past two months I have heard “embrace your… Continue Reading

My Story

This week, I was very fortunate to be a guest on Dave Wight’s program The Human Side on the Hunterdon Chamber Internet Radio station. David, Arthur and I talked at length about my experience loving my bipolar mother. I am humbled to be able to continue to talk about this to raise awareness about mental… Continue Reading

18percent

Today I want to share a powerful tool called 18percent. I could not wait to share this with my community! So, 18percent is a powerful app that a dear friend and colleague of mine created. It is an online peer to peer support community for anyone suffering from any mental health issue. They understand the… Continue Reading

As seen on TV

Over this past week, I was so fortunate to have been interviewed by two TV morning shows to share my message and my book.  The number of hours that I spent driving to them both was a bit over the top especially since both interviews were less than 10 minutes each.  And…….it was totally worth it!… Continue Reading