Bharti shares her prose about what it’s like to check in and remain the day in a psychiatry ward.
After two episodes of psychosis without any warning, and their first priority was their kids being in an environment that was safe for them, Brad and his wife came up with a list of measurable things that could represent his mental instability and would require him leaving the house and getting help.
Afraid to be “outed” by others for his mental illness, Jim would withdrawal, leaving big gaps between his romantic relationships and an incomplete ledger of dating successes.
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.
H grew up with Islam structuring her whole life but it wasn’t true to who she was. Years of depression developed until she decided to take the risk of leaving it all behind.
Dee Chan shares that though she feels her borderline personality disorder (BPD) is in remission, a triggering event has her going back to therapy for suicide ideation.