• Huntingtons Disease
  • No Name: Chapter One

    I’ve been trying to find a name for myself, and it seems that the further I dig into “who I really am,” the more unfamiliar I become, failing to even recognize my own image in the quick passing of a reflection. Ironically, most of this extra downtime has been spent on an almost (if not wholly) narcissistic […]

  • Huntingtons Disease
  • In Loving Memory: Lisa Mannone

    In the spirit of Christmas, CTC is dedicating ten days to honor and remember those who cannot be with us this season. In Loving Memory of Lisa Mannone  By Jenna and Gia Mannone Read in piece to our beautiful, amazing mother. You fought so hard and in reality, Huntington’s Disease DID NOT WIN. You won. […]

  • Huntingtons Disease
  • In Loving Memory: Janet Howard

    In the spirit of Christmas, CTC is dedicating ten days to honor and remember those who cannot be with us this season. In Loving Memory of Janet Howard By John Howard I REMEMBER Realize I may have been given a gift My words to express emotions I feel beyond this tight lip Better left unsaid, […]

  • Eating Disorder
  • Sing to the Soup

    Daniel Garcia is a fiction, non-fiction, poetry and script writer based out in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He is currently pursuing his degree in creative writing, and goes to church frequently—and by church he means poetry slams. His work is forthcoming in SUGAR Magazine, has been featured at the University of North Texas, the WaterTower […]

  • Bi-polar Disorder
  • Dealing With Bipolar Disorder and Depression

    By David Cuthbertson I couldn’t tell you exactly what age I first showed symptoms of manic depression and anxiety, but I can remember as far back as 6 years old having crazy episodes. In 3rd grade I was diagnosed with Bi-polar disorder (later in his school my doctor said my brain changed and that I […]