Don’t drop the ball(s) when it comes to testicular cancer.
a Ballsy Sense of Tumor
I’ve shared my mental health journey and struggles with depression over the past month, and now I have an ask for you.
As we begin a new year, I know to keep an eye on with my mental health.
The end of this first era of depression, but not the last time in my life.
Finally, antidepressants took hold and I began feeling like myself again.
New year proves that I’m still doing better.
Ready to share my depression battles with the world, I pressed Publish.
Insurance denied my antidepressants again.
I was on antidepressants for a few weeks, but nothing had improved.
My antidepressants claim denied, I decided that the company needed to do better.
I didn’t want to reach the level of depression I reached in 2006, so I asked for help.
Stranger Things wasn’t just a show as I slipped further into depression.
As I navigated my identity as a cancer survivor, I began to wonder if I was facing depression again.
Traditional therapy hadn’t worked, so I turned to a web-based program.
A new workplace was supposed to help ease my feelings of depression.
I try out therapy for depression, but can’t hit my groove.