Wellcast offers help during National Suicide Prevention Week.
Live like your life’s disease is mystery & the cure is curiosity. How seeking change has brought me exactly what I have been looking for.
Tommy Maloney failed in a big way, a good way, and a way that taught him everything he needed to know to be a successful father.
Survivor Rochelle Fritsch reminds us that asking “Why?” won’t help prevent suicide or comfort survivors. In fact, it may be the worst thing to say.
A reader turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice on what to do when life feels like it is falling to pieces.
Counselor Carl offers a powerful way to help sufferers of depression and anxiety without drugs.
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 […]
Kristin Diversi recognizes her sadness and the thoughts that crowd her mind. Still, she chooses to play, not to fold.
In the fight against depression one man asks how his wife can see him as a good husband when he feels like such a failure.
Jed Diamond has been working with families afflicted with mental illness for 50 years. He invites you to join him in this crusade to support those who face this battle every day.
Counselor Carl shows how healing the wounded child can heal the anxious, depressed, unfulfilled man (or woman).
Pitfall, and not the Atari kind—What happens when we set out with full steam, and suddenly find ourselves at the bottom of a pit, alone, lost, and calling out to no one?
Even as a therapist, I fought the stigma that men should handle everything themselves. I finally got help, narrowly avoiding paying the dearest price.
To do for others, you first must do for yourself. Dyllon Charron, in his 52 week journey, talks about the merits of taking time for ourselves.