Sneha find herself spiralling downward into depression as she tries to process being the lone survivor of a car crash. She decides to open up to her partner and begins to heal through their discussions.
Rachel has always talked to her alters. They have allowed her to gain real, truthful insight into how they work, what they think and feel. This is how she has survived Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Joe shares how far he falls once he gets involved in alcohol and crystal meth and how he got out.
Robert was suicidal as he struggled with stress and betrayal. He knew he needed immediate help. He was forced to wait months, left to cope on his own and fighting for his need for therapy.
Raksha used sex to escape her depressive thoughts, to the point it almost killed her. A geographical cure and coping mechanisms have helped her through her recovery.
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.
Genevieve felt so much shame around her depression, self-harm and suicidal ideation because she felt she should be able to deal with it alone. It took telling professionals and her family to get the help she needed.