Who are these people? In romantic relationships they are controlling, abusive, manipulative...Read More
by Mia St. John | Jun 28, 2018 | Advocacy, Hope and Healing, Living With Mental Illness, Mental Health Awareness, Mental Health Hero, Mental Health Stigma, Opioid Addiction, Peer Support, Recovery, Schizophrenia, Self Esteem, Suicide | 0
Still Fighting-From Boxing Champion to Mental Health Champion I was a five-time World Boxing...Read More
I make no apologies to the disclosure in the following… Silence Kills. I’ve often thought, over all these years, that I was weak for not having killed myself. Even knowing now that Depression is a disease – a mental illness –...Read More
The World Health Organisation reports that 800,000 people die by suicide each year. This equates...Read More
Depending on how depression impacts a person it is possible that depression can lead to thoughts of suicide and depending on the magnitude of the depression sometimes those thoughts can lead a person to actually commit suicide....Read More
I’ve been reading in many different sources about the research involving community and well being. In his best-selling book,”Outliers,” Malcolm Gladwell opens with a study done in a small Pennsylvania town...Read More
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