Shoshana Stein shares her experience of losing her closest friend while in high school and the state of mania that ensued.
Shaneequa shares her story of how much her identity was tied to the approval of her parents and her life plan and after that came into question again and again, how she fell apart.
Dee Chan shares how she spent years and years struggling with BPD until one day, she realized gratitude had a role to play in her recovery.
UnfilteredMama shares her story of being a teenager who didn’t fit and feeling the happiest when she self-harmed. She explains why she stopped and why today she is not afraid to show her scars.
Darius Murray shares a candid glimpse into his life with depression and his struggles to live through it.
Beth Burgmeyer tells a moving story of how she never dreamed that her beautiful, bright, sensitive, compassionate daughter would want to die. Beg to die. That every moment of the last few months would be dedicated to keeping her daughter alive.
Alishia Dauterive learned early there are a bunch of names for a bunch of mental health conditions. But she never believed herself sick or disordered just because some manual told her she should. And she learned through peer support that there is more to this thing we call recovery than the straight and narrow path we’re often forced down.