Mal shares her experiences with being misdiagnosed and medication failures. Once diagnosed with BPD and she started medication, she realized that her days were not supposed to be spent terrified. Medication helped once again and though she’s not a fan of taking the stuff, she knows that feeling better is worth it.
Jane finds that it’s her dreaming at night that is helping her to feel more resilient and less anxious throughout the day.
Paul David Smith shares how his partner retreating to her bed for months caused him to improvised in how to help her in a way that she needed to recover.
Jane shares how much art helped her become free of her anxiety and depression.
Jo Clutton maneuvers through 30 years of depression with an unsupportive family. It took a medication crisis to start her road to recovery and enable her to make the decision to distance herself from her remaining family members.
Monica has had constant anxiety for 40+ years and she still doesn’t know how to get rid of it. But she does know how to co-exist with her “frenemy” and live a high-functioning life.
Lucy finds herself in front of a doctor who assumes a self-help book will fix her troubles when all she’s looking for is a prescription refill for the psychotropic she takes for anxiety and depression.