Jessica Roush

Editor, Writer

Freelance Writer, blogger, editor and proofreader

In January of 2018 I started writing, recently in July of 2018 I finally figured out my niches. I am passionate about the disability community whatever topic I can figure out. I'm also very passionate about the mental health community as well. I love writing, editing, proofreading and blogging.
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Hilliard Darby High School, High School Diploma
Grayslake, IL 60030, USA|English
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10 things to NEVER say to someone who is disabled

I wrote this because sometimes people don't know what NOT to say to a disabled person. Some things can be very hurtful whether you realize it or not.

July, 31 2018
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Social Stats within Mental Health

I wrote this article to show people that there are a huge number of people with mental health illnesses.

August, 1 2018
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The Consequences of the Lack of Treatment for mental health

Ever wonder what the consequences for not getting treatment for mental health could be? Well this post will explain it all to you.

August, 1 2018
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7 Questions to ask a person with disabilities instead of “how’s work?”

People don't understand that some questions can make a disabled person uncomfortable. These are 7 questions you can ask without making the person feel uncomfortable.

August, 2 2018
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Working with a mental health condition

I wrote this article based on what it's like to work in the community and have a mental health condition.

August, 2 2018
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Disability and other topics on the blog

I am very passionate about the disability community and also mental health as well. I would love to write about topics relating to one or the other or both.

July, 24 2018
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