Many men fear that bringing their suffering to light will serve only to emasculate them. Let’s break the stigma.
I battle a disease that has no physical ailment, no test and no proven cure.
Suicide survivor Madison Rae shares her story, and thanks her husband, who stayed through her mental illness “in sickness and in health.”
Thinking often of suicide doesn’t make you suicidal. Letting it plant roots in your mind is what pushes you over the edge. — I consider suicide. I write that in the present tense because that is the reality of my existence. I consider ending my own life. It’s not an every day occurrence, but the […]
Shawn Henfling shares the unexpected benefits of his fight with Depression.
Shawn Henfling offers a glimpse into his mind in the midst of a depressive episode.
Shawn Henfling responds to an unknown nurse’s treatment of a mentally ill young woman in an Emergency Room.
A woman opens a window on life with a bipolar partner.
Quickness to explain this tragedy by labeling the co-pilot as ‘depressed’ or ‘anxious’ could serve to further stigmatize and discourage openness and treatment for these common human conditions.
You know those questionnaires doctors ask you to fill out about depression? Gabe Howard decided to publish his.
Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious.
Liz Furl’s husband rides the waves of bipolar disorder with her, and they both maintain their balance through love.
Sometimes, comments from readers can drive us … well, a little crazy. But sometimes, a comment brightens your whole day, as this one did for Michael Kasdan.
Mike Kasdan says that mental health maladies like depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and autism reflect the diversity of our minds, and we should embrace them rather than stigmatize them.