Creative Self Expression
Creative self expression gives you the opportunity to express yourself through art, writing, photography or any other form of self expression. There is no right or wrong to your personal creative expressions.
Unleash your creativity and submit your marvellous work to be displayed here on this website.
The 7 penknives and 7 pencils (coloured) represent the 7 days in a week.
For any particular day of the week, each and every one of us has a choice.
Dye the canvas in black or Dye it with colours.
Pick up a penknife or Pick up a pencil.
Self-harm or Self-Love.
The choice is yours.
SPFA x ACS Volunteer Contributions
“What is something that means a lot to you or motivates you to live your life to the fullest?”
Click on the menu ( + ) below to read some personal stories written by volunteer contributors from ACS.
Share It !
Share Your Story or Join us as a Community Writer
Project Green Ribbon aims to share stories in a responsible, respectful and empowering way.
We provide opportunities to individuals, a place for the unheard.
We believe through storytelling, we can help people.
Mental Illness is Physical Illness
Mental illness isn’t just in your head, it affects your physical body too. Both mental and physical illnesses must be addressed with care.
Dealing with Depression and Anxiety
Dealing with depression and anxiety can feel like a constant rollercoaster. Here are some small ways to help you in your recovery journey.
Worth More Than Gold
I felt worthless, lost, stumbling around in made-up fantasies. But right on the edge, I found my golden treasure.
Thank You Letter to Myself
Self-love and feeling comfortable in my own skin seems hard to achieve. I wrote a letter to myself to remind myself that I am whole and complete, deserving of love, and capable of change.
Leap into Recovery
Recovery means making small leaps in a new direction. Some days are dark, but the only way to move towards recovery, is to step into the sun.
Xiu Wen’s Experience
I started showing signs of depression back when I was about 16.
Back then, when resources on mental health were scarce, it didn’t really cross my mind that I was suffering from depression. I just felt ill and different from others.