My Life of Suicide

My Life of Suicide by Karl-Ludwig Poggemann

Ray Jennings knew he needed to end it. But that was only the beginning.

Everything Does Happen for a Reason

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Chances are you will have heard the cliché, “Everything happens for a reason.” The hard part is trying to find the reason.

Men, Help and Masculinity

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Does asking for help negate your manhood?

Parenting, Mental Illness and Losing Myself

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Parenting is hard enough without the added difficulty of a mental illness.

My Depression Is Not Me and I Am Not My Depression

I Am Not by Denise Mayumi

Cabot O’Callaghan takes us into the ice cave of despair where the fire of his soul burns brightly.

How Anxiety Feels

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Hannah Gordon takes us inside the anxious mind.

Am I Broken? One Man Questions the Curse of Mental Illness

What happens when we don’t want to pass our traits onto our children? Writer Scotty Schrier gives us an honest look at his own disorders and breaking the “curse” of mental health problems.

The Suicide Note I Never Left

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Have you ever had suicidal thoughts? Would your note have been different?

John Nash: A Reason To Hope

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Dr. Nash was more than a mathematician. He was a symbol of hope for the hopeless.

A Light in the Void of Despair

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Shawn Henfling shares the unexpected benefits of his fight with Depression.

Souls in a Cage: The Slow Decay of the Mentally Ill in Prison

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Erin Kelly examines the recent treatment of prisoners with mental illness by the US police force.

Inside The Prison Of My Mind

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Shawn Henfling offers a glimpse into his mind in the midst of a depressive episode.

Good Mental Health Care in Prisons Must Begin and End in the Community

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Prisoners are two to three times as likely as those in the community to have a mental illness and are ten to 15 times more likely to have a psychotic disorder.

James Holmes Trial Puts Sanity on the Stand

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Jurors will likely be presented with conflicting notions of sanity and insanity. And they will be forced to confront widely held cultural assumptions about mental illness and violence.

Living Inside the Storm

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A woman opens a window on life with a bipolar partner.

Men, Depression and Suicide: What Will it Take for Men to Seek Help?

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Dr. Margaret Rutherford asks the tough questions about men and suicide so that we can more effectively get men suffering from depression to reach out to get the help they need.