Ane Axford highlights Jung’s The Red Book & how her own depression, once embraced, allowed her to integrate the darkness of her subconscious into her being.
Part II of a 2 part series: a woman who continues to self-harm without understanding why, only the need to relieve the pain and feel in control.
Dave Ursillo examines the “mentally ill” label through his past experience with depression and anxiety and proposes we use mentally brilliant instead.
LSZ explores the question “is mental illness hereditary?” as she writes about how her Mom and Sister both experience mental health issues.
LSZ writes about her experiences with anxiety and depression throughout her life and her denial to get help. Eventually she turns to medication.
A man writes about his life-changing experience that drives him into depression and his journey coming out the other side.
A poem written by MHT founder and editor Trish to invoke the feelings and images that a person with depression experiences every morning they awake and think about getting out of bed.