Survival StoriesShare Your Story - Spread Hope
When dealing with mental illness, sometimes success simply means choosing to live another day. Those who suffer from depression due to traumatic brain injury or mental illnesses often feel alone. They hide in fear of judgment. Yet, when someone breaks an arm or has a life-threatening illness, do they hide in their homes in fear of judgment? No! They reach out for help. Stigma and fear stop those with mental and emotional challenges from reaching out. It’s time to end the stigma. Take the first step by sharing your journey. Show others they are not alone.
Sometimes all it takes for someone to hold on one more day is to know they are not alone – to know they are not the only person struggling.
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Thank you for your willingness to help someone by sharing your story of resilience and courage.
My Story of Resilience
Stories of Resilience
The stories you’re about to read are real.
The struggles are real.
The means used to overcome are diverse.
At the core of every victory is a resilient soul.
Resilience is learned.
A mom’s fight with depression and anxiety.read more
Laying in the dark of life is horrific.read more
I fought through depression for my children.read more
Big brother loses little sister to suicide.read more
Suicide Suicide for me is such an interesting word. What does suicide mean? For me, I thought it meant to kill one's self, but I've slowly been learning that suicide isn't something to fear...rather it's a blessing in disguise. It's an opportunity to stare fear in the...read more
My name is Katy. When I was in Jr high I was diagnosed with Major depression. It was a hard blow. I didn’t know anyone with depression and no one talked about it. I felt very alone. Let’s face it; Jr high is difficult already, adding my mind fighting against...read more