Logan D. Groll
Logan D. Groll is an author currently working on his first novel. He has worked for two blogs and is daring to try his hand at running his own. The Evergreens is a site to inform readers about his upcoming projects, entertain them with short character stories and review other books from other authors. When he’s not writing like a madman to get all the voices out of his head, he’s attending school at Brigham Young University, majoring in Editing and Publishing with a minor in Creative Writing.
If you’d like to contact Logan, please email him at logan.groll1@gmail.com or follow him on his social media websites.

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  1. I read the article in Deseret News about you by Jason Wright. I battled my own severe mental health crisis after the birth of my fourth child and am trying to build up more of a community of LDS mental health survivors to share stories. Also, you might want to connect with Brighton and Josie Thompson Solomon. Josie was diagnosed as bipolar but then recently they found out that she has been suffering from Lyme’s disease just like your wife. They are on Instagram as @hijosiethompson and @brightonsolomon with @the444project. I believe their new site is josiesolomon.com.

  2. I also read the article about your struggle with OCD… My OCD is what feels so severe.. Of all different subtypes.. But it helps to know that its okay and our thoughts don’t condemn us. I struggle to find an understanding within the church but the more I speak up about mental health, the more -of cocurse- kind and tender people I find. I’m so glad to have been blessed to be in the loving LDS faith. Ive read a few of your posts… I would love to know how you cope with it. I look to go on a mission. We will see maybe. But stories like yours help remind me God and Jesus loves us all and knew/knows exactly what we go through.

    1. Jessica,

      He does know exactly what we go through!!! And in answer to how I cope with it…sometimes, I don’t feel like I do very well. But on the days that I do, it’s because I don’t let OCD dictate what my actions are…I am the only one who can do that. If you can remember that, you can cope with it.

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