by Calen Pick
Around age fifteen or sixteen, I began experimenting with drugs. I can tell you that this was, and always will be, the beginning of an ultimately fascinating journey that I call life with a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder.
by Sheila O'Donnell
As I battle with depression, anxiety, and PTSD, it has always been far easier for me to support others with mental health struggles than to admit my own.
by Emma Norris
Depression tricks you into thinking that you are completely alone when, in fact, you are the opposite. No one is truly alone.
by Joellen Notte
I focus my work on helping folks navigate sex and depression on their own and with their partners so that everyone feels supported and safe.
by Eliana Osborn
I’m talking about my depression, not in vague terms any longer. It is a problem. It has a name. My boys know that name and I hope they’ll be stronger for it.
by Grace Kim
To cope with depression, Grace Kim set out to do something scary every day, and the Best Day Project was born, giving Grace a new perspective on life.