Jordan Davidson, The Mighty

Jordan Davidson

The Mighty

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

People Are Talking About 2 Mental Health Triggers in New Season of 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'

Viewers are flagging two scenes in Netflix's "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" for having mental health triggers that may be difficult to watch for people with a history of suicidal ideation or gender dysphoria. → Read More

What Netflix's 'Russian Doll' Gets Right (and Wrong) About Mental Illness

Netflix's "Russian Doll" is a mental health-related series that follows Nadia (Natasha Lyonne), and later Alan (Charlie Barnett), two people who are currently reliving the day they died. → Read More

How This Dad Created A Safe Minecraft Server For People On The Autism Spectrum

Its massive growth is a testament to the community Autcraft provides. → Read More

Ditch the Resolutions, and Join Our Self-Care Program for 2019

The Mighty's 52 Small Things program will help you promote self-care by setting reasonable goals for yourself in the new year. → Read More

Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma to Star in Disability-Centric Film 'Zero'

"Zero" stars Shah Rukh Khan as a little person who falls in love with a celebrity (Katrina Kaif) and Anushka Sharma as a woman with intellectual disabilities. → Read More

Disabled Brothers Cecil and David Rosenthal Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Among those killed at the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh were Cecil, 59, and David, 54, Rosenthal brothers with intellectual disabilities. → Read More

Netflix Renews 'Atypical' for a Third Season

Netflix announced it's renewing "Atypical" for a third season. → Read More

7 Things to Remember If Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Kavanaugh's Hearing Is Difficult for You

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh's testimony regarding Ford's sexual assault may be difficult for sexual assault survivors. → Read More

Aspire Hanley Middle School Apologizes After Teacher Limits Students to 2 Bathroom, Nurse Passes Per Month

Aspire Hanley Middle School, a charter school in Memphis, Tenessee is doing damage control after a hall pass a teacher issued to a student went viral on social media. → Read More

Netflix's 'Insatiable' Season 1, Episode 12 Recap: 'Why Bad Things Happen'

In the final episode of the first season of "Insatiable," Patty escapes her captors and meets up with Bob, who is having an equally bad day. → Read More

Starbucks to Open Its First Sign Language-Based Coffeeshop in the U.S.

The National Association of the Deaf applauded Starbucks' decision. → Read More

Join The Mighty's Summer Book Club

The Mighty's summer book club features "The Answers" by Catherine Lacey, "Turtles All the Way Down" by John Green and "The Kiss Quotient" by Helen Hoang. → Read More

Hannah Daisy Illustrates #BoringSelfCare on Instagram

Hannah Daisy is a mental health occupational therapist and illustrator in London who illustrates boring self-care tasks on Instagram as part of a series #boringselfcare. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein Arrested, Charged With Rape

Harvey Weinstein was arrested and arraigned on charges of first- and third-degree rape and committing a criminal sexual act in the first degree after turning himself in to New York City authorities. → Read More

What’s Missing From Coverage of Halsey’s Egg Freezing Announcement

Singer Halsey went on "The Doctors" to talk about endometriosis as well as her concerns about her future fertility, but there was something missing from the discussion. → Read More

Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault

Bill Cosby was convicted of three counts of aggravated sexual assault for assaulting Andrea Constrand. → Read More

14 Mental Health Tracking Apps People Living With Mental Illnesses Recommend

We asked our mental health community which apps they'd recommend. Here are some of their favorites. → Read More

Judges Rules California Coffee Shops Must Feature Cancer Warning

A California superior court judge issued a preliminary decision requiring coffee retailers to warn consumers that their coffee products contain a chemical compound thought to cause cancer. → Read More

Schools Aren't Preparing Students With Disabilities for Active Shooter Scenarios

An investigation by The Mighty found that guidance given to schools forces students with disabilities, teachers and parents to dictate what needs to happen amidst a crisis. → Read More

Part-Time Pooping: A New Way to Make an Extra $13,000 a Year

Donating your fecal matter may make you up to $13,000 a year. → Read More