“Please don’t feel like you have to ‘fix’ things. Just be there for me.”
"For me, depression is not sadness. It’s not having a bad day and needing a hug."
These five methods helped my partner and I save—and strengthen—our relationship.
"I let go of pleasing anyone, impressing men, and sticking to an image of strength."
Honesty is a powerful thing.
The rise in U.S. suicide rates should be a call to action.
People are using it to show what it's really like to live with mental illness.
"Start by priming your face with a nice, thick coat of chemical imbalances."
It can feel as if you're living two different lives.
It's not about being super clean or having a color-coordinated closet.
The author has a powerful message: Depression lies.
Keep these four things in mind.
They also have mood-boosting benefits for people who aren't clinically depressed.
Because sometimes you can be your own worst enemy.
This powerful Facebook post shuts down the idea of "faking" mental illness.
It's no different than getting your blood pressure taken.