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I'm Sarah Sharp, and I write about mental health and social injustice. I want to help you reach your audience, empower and educate people, and save lives.


I'm the author of Life with Boba blog by HealthyPlace, where I relay my experiences raising a child with ADHD. Here you'll find stories about a mother who's made plenty of mistakes and will admit it. After all, we all have something to learn.

My own blog, Veterans' Invisible Spouses, which is featured on Feedspot's Top 100 Military Wife Blogs in 2020, also spotlights a realm of human experience that goes largely unnoticed: the lives of people married to veterans with PTSD. The information you'll find comes from personal experience and extensive research. My hope is to build a place online where other vets' partners can find hope and tell their own stories. The world needs to hear them.

I'm also an official contributor for The Mighty, where I write posts about mental health topics such as PTSD and depression. I've written about mental health for the OC87 Recovery Diaries and Invisible Illness, too, and about social injustice for Passive AssetAn Idea, and Marriage Cat Magazine.


As you'll see, I can write from the heart, or I can write from the mindI create relevant, unique content that will inspire, engage, enlighten, and build trust with your readers. For me, writing is all about health and healing.


We can work together to make a difference in this world.



'Mom Guilt' and Childhood ADHD: Forgiving Myself | HealthyPlace

Raising a child with mental illness usually comes with a healthy dose of "mom guilt," and raising a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is no exception. While a little "mom guilt" keeps me on my toes, sometimes it becomes debilitating, so I was relieved to find out that ADHD and "mom guilt" are co-occurring problems that many parents struggle with. I'm not alone, and neither are you.
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