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Love and Support from the Drive-Thru: How Fast Food Helped My Family Connect Through My Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis

By Brad Brennan, FFDA Volunteer I have a heavily-guarded secret that I only reveal to…

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Oprah’s Meghan and Harry Interview: The Critical Role of Spouses in Preventing Suicides

  Millions of us tuned in last night to watch the much-anticipated Oprah interview with…

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Families Stories of Living with Depression

It’s often a challenge to find a way forward with depression treatment. Whether it’s because…

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COVID-19: Supporting Yourself and Your Loved One

The world looks very different than it did just a few months ago as a…

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Jessie and Steve—Healing as a Family from Pain and Teen Self-Injury

Jessie, 18, has big goals. She’s spending her time working at a local gym, volunteering…

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Rose

Rose is a powerhouse of inspiration. She is the caregiver of a loved one who…

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Ronnie

By Dawna Roberts Ronnie’s wife has been living with hard-to-treat depression, which Ronnie describes as…

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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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Making An Action Plan

One of the hardest parts of caring for someone who has a mood disorder is…

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

According to her husband Dean, Kathy was always a tremendously happy person, outgoing and loving…

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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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Continuing the Conversation About Minority Mental Health in the Month of July

We recognize July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month (also known…

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