As Lauren was struggling to integrate motherhood into her chaotic lifestyle, she was laid off. At first, she saw it as the ultimate failure, but it turned out to be an incredible gift.
Medications led Tabita’s 13-year-old daughter to hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, and eight psychiatric hospitalizations. Here’s how she healed.
Chelsea was stewing in anger and depression, thinking no one was on her side. This is how asking for help changed her life.
At 8 years old, Dr. Debra Reble’s mother abandoned her. She spend the next 20 years repressing her emotions, overachieving, and trying to be perfect. This is her story of not only forgiving her mother, but learning to embrace herself.
Sarah’s family and friends urged her to try antidepressants. To make them happy, she did. Here’s what she learned about taking care of herself.
After a long struggle with mental illness and misdiagnosis, running taught Sharon that neither her struggle nor her salvation were “all in her head.”
As a doctor, when Erin developed depression, she accepted the “standard of care”—anti-depressants. But the pills didn’t help. Oscar Wilde did.
Kirsten had all the outward measures of success, but she wasn’t happy, so she quit her job with no Plan B. What happened next is amazing.
One woman’s metamorphosis from a chronically ill, chronically hurt girl into a loving, forgiving woman who pursues her dreams and faces her fears.
Marie’s journey began with childhood trauma and emotional abuse, but despite the shame she inherited from her experiences, she discovered her self-worth.