Risa shares the five elements she used to get through the Summer of 2020 (COVID-19) with the resilience needed to reduce her anxiety.
Over 1 year, Renée’s mom died, she came out as queer, lost her job, and started deconstructing her faith. She became overwhelmed with depression and obsessed with life events. It would take hearing a comedian for her to finally understand what was going on.
Deb went through two decades of madness before she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. This is her story.
Tas shares their experience with D.I.D. and how learning to adapt has them thriving.
Manu shares their experience of being unemployed in COVID-19 and having to live with their parents, their dependence causing them to spiral down into anxiety, depression and suicide ideation.
Sean uses narrative therapy to understand that his life is multi-storied and he is more than a diagnosis.
Danielle gives an in-depth look into her thoughts and feelings during her struggle with anorexia and how it’s about much more than food and body image.