"We seldom get into trouble when we speak softly. It is only when we raise our voices that the sparks fly and tiny molehills become great mountains of contention."
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Pebbles, Potholes, and Perspective
by Sarah Hancock

Prove It - October 24, 2014
Increasing Your Ability to Stay on Task - September 26, 2014
The Stress of Change - August 15, 2014
The Strength Within - August 1, 2014
The Ability to Change - April 11, 2014
Identifying Uniquely Human Qualities - February 28, 2014
Using a WRAP to become Self-Reliant - February 14, 2014
Early Warning Signs - January 31, 2014
Do You Have an Action Plan? - January 17, 2014
Know Your Triggers - January 3, 2014
What are You Like When You're Well? - December 27, 2013
Creating a Wellness Toolbox - December 6, 2013
Do You Have a WRAP? - November 22, 2013
WRAP Session - November 8, 2013
Honesty and Mental Illness - September 27, 2013
Taking Suicide Seriously - September 13, 2013
Mental Illness and Memory Loss - March 1, 2013
Goals: Realistic or Unrealistic? - January 4, 2013
Friendship: Does It Really Matter? - December 21, 2012
Stress Affect Symptoms - October 12, 2012
Parable of the Origami Bird - September 28, 2012
Speaking of the Unspeakable - September 14, 2012
Medication Management - August 31, 2012
Mania with a Depressive Twist - August 17, 2012
Ah, Manic Mania! - August 3, 2012
Affecting My Affect - July 25, 2012
The Act of Compliance - July 6, 2012
Dealing with Survivor Mode - June 8, 2012
Perspective and the Real You - May 25, 2012

About Sarah Hancock

Sarah Price Hancock, a graduate of San Diego State University's rehabilitation counseling Masters of Science program with a certificate psychiatric rehabilitation.

Having embarked on her own journey with a mental health diagnosis, she is passionate about psychiatric recovery. She enjoys working as a lector for universities, training upcoming mental health professionals. Sarah also enjoys sharing insights with peers working to strengthen their "recovery toolbox." With proper support, Sarah knows psychiatric recovery isn’t just possible — it’s probable.

Born and raised in San Diego, California, Sarah served a Spanish-speaking and ASL mission for the LDS Church in the Texas Dallas Mission. She was graduated from Ricks College and BYU. Sarah currently resides in San Diego and inherited four amazing children when she married the man of her dreams in 2011. She loves writing, public speaking, ceramics, jewelry-making and kite-flying — not necessarily in that order.

Having recently moved into a new ward, she currently serves as a visiting teacher.



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