Gwen Matthews shares what happened after she attempted suicide and how it led to the start of her recovery journey.
Anger is an all-consuming force when coupled with Borderline Personality Disorder. Dee Chan shares how she learned to express her anger and stopped hurting those in her life.
Ellie Miles shares her experience with hiding her anxiety and depression because of the stigma she would face, and the turning point that had her hiding no longer.
“I expect some stigma from people who don’t know better, from everyday people who’ve never walked my path, or anything that resembles my path. It doesn’t make it right, but I still know to expect it. There are people who think my child makes suicide attempts just to get attention. There are people who think my child is just spoiled and babied. They don’t live with her pain, a pain so deep, the only relief she sees is death.
But I never expected to be slapped in the face with mental health stigma from health care workers.
Dee Chan shares how she spent years and years struggling with BPD until one day, she realized gratitude had a role to play in her recovery.
Darius Murray shares a candid glimpse into his life with depression and his struggles to live through it.
Beth Burgmeyer tells a moving story of how she never dreamed that her beautiful, bright, sensitive, compassionate daughter would want to die. Beg to die. That every moment of the last few months would be dedicated to keeping her daughter alive.