Reading one man’s story can hopefully help another man.
The game cannot fix and should not distract us from the shit-fucking terrible goddamn week we’ve had in the world, but it can remind us that we all need to practice self-care.
Lessons Learned From the Worst Depression I Have Ever Faced
Sometimes our scariest choices are really opportunities to break free and soar…
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Michael Kasdan shares a letter he wrote to himself about his own depression.
On August 11, 2014 I was at the gym, just finished my workout, and it was waiting for me in a text: “Robin Williams, dead. Suicide.”
Everyone we encounter is looking for unconditional love, especially those people who pretend they’re not.
For a while, this was a phrase Dusty Meander didn’t believe. Here’s how that changed.
The Republican campaign tag line was “In your heart you know he’s right.” The Democratic response was “In your guts you know he’s nuts.”
It was a kind of wallowing misery served of course, by relentless reminders of my weight that compounded a lack of confidence and self-esteem.
In an emotionally honest Facebook post, actor Patton Oswalt describes what his life has been like three months after his wife’s unexpected death.
Do you know the difference between ‘wallowing’ vs ‘processing’ negative emotions?
“I am just carbon and bad timing. If I were someone else, I think I would still be mentally ill. It’s impossible to imagine a color you haven’t seen.”
Maria Bamford’s new meta-comedy shatters every expectation of what it means to be a woman – here’s how.
Ronnie Stephens memories of a summer spent with his dad provide a window into his father’s suicide attempt and into his own depression