It’s hard to understand if you’ve never been there.
For all of you that have been diagnosed with depression or anxiety, I just wanted to say I’m sorry for “wellsplaining” you.
One person’s plight with depression – even if that person is a celebrity that we all know and love – has no relevance to your own plight with depression.
Recovery from depression is definitely possible—if you get the right help.
Depression is a word many people throw around carelessly, but when used in its clinical sense it describes a debilitating, gut-wrenching illness.
Danny Baker outlines what a person can do to help with the depression recovery of a friend or family member.
Hint: It’s Not What You Think
Having suffered from depression himself, Danny Bakers knows the truth is that it’s not always a good idea to date someone with a mental illness.
Danny Baker has spent a good deal of time learning what it means to be truly happy, and he would like to share what he has learned.
You Should Never Feel Guilty for Having a Mental Illness – But Perhaps You Should for How You Choose to Handle it
Danny Baker believes there is a right way and a wrong way to deal with your own mental illness.
Danny Baker knows recovering from a mental illness is hard work, but it is possible. He’s living proof that it can be done.
Dr. Jed Diamond shares some basic insights into what PTSD is as well as what methods have had some success in treating it.
Danny Baker lays out the 4 steps he used to manage and eventually overcome his depression.
Geoff Watkinson believes that it is time to treat teens’ mental health needs the way we treat their physical needs.
Danny Baker is alarmed by the number of people who think they can deal with their depression without help.
From the belief that mental illness doesn’t exist to being able to just “get over it,” Danny Baker lists 13 myths surrounding mental illness that can hinder recovery.
Pistanthrophobia is something that you bring on every date you go on after a bad break-up. It prevents you from being able to love fully. Danny Baker explains some simple ways you can get past it.