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Miguel’s Story: A Caregiver Interview

Miguel and Danielle Families for Depression Awareness (FFDA): How much did you know about mental…

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Allyssa and Keith: Hope and Spiritual Care for Depression

Allyssa and Keith By Dawna Roberts Depression is often extremely debilitating and can turn your…

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Steve’s Story: Breaking the Family Legacy of Untreated Depression

By Dawna Roberts Steve is the youngest of six kids. The entire family experienced abuse…

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A Mother and Daughter Answer Your Burning Questions about Teen Depression

Danielle (left) and Elizabeth (right) Elizabeth and Danielle, a mother and daughter from Florida, were…

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Shana’s Story— Learning to Process Emotions After the Ultimate Loss

Owen Shana lost her son, Owen, to suicide two weeks after his fifteenth birthday. Owen…

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Kathy and Dean— Depression At Any Age Can Be More Than Mood

Kathy (right) and her sister According to her husband Dean, Kathy was always a tremendously…

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Cultural Challenges Living with Bipolar Disorder- One Family’s Experience

Written by: Dawna M. Roberts, November 30, 2017 Growing up in a very traditional culture…

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Xavier and Cory — Depression in the Family

Cory (left) and Xavier (far right) with their daughter and granddaughter Xavier and Cory know…

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Hope — From Mental Health Diagnosis to Maintaining Wellness

This article is a part of Families for Depression Awareness’ Hope and Discovery campaign. As…

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Coping with Stress and Depression Through Faith and Family Support

By Lisa Gilliam, September 12, 2017 Lisa Gilliam Job stress led me to a point…

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Self-discovery — From Mental Health Diagnosis to Maintaining Wellness

Kurt Morris By Kurt Morris, July 28, 2017 When I was diagnosed with Bipolar II…

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Chris, 45, dysthymia, and wife, Jill

Chris, 45, dysthymia, and wife, Jill A rough start in life Growing up, Chris saw…

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