Depression

We All Go Through Dark Times

Your Journey May Be Dark But That Doesn’t Mean It’s Hopeless Guest Blog written by: Jarrid Wilson, founder of Anthem of Hope.  Anthem of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to illuminating hope for those battling brokenness, depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide and addiction. WHO HAVE I BECOME? I remember sitting in my room one night…

Elanor’s Story: Depression, Self-harm, Suicide

I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t feeling sad. I hope I haven’t always been, but ever since I was little I used to think there was always something telling me I was worthless and ugly; I thought my brain was broken. When I grew up my brother was going through a hard time…

Feelings of Depression

Are you suffering from depression? If you are struggling with depression, I want you to know, I hear your pain…I know it’s real…I know you can’t just snap out of it…or choose to be happy. I get it…this depression…well it stinks, and it’s not anything you’ve asked for. So today – I want to share…

Leah’s Story: My Parents Got Divorced

Leah’s Story: When I was 10 years old, my parents got divorced. They were always arguing and fighting. My dad was cheating on my mom, with a woman named Lisa. He would always come home so late, and sometimes he didn’t come home at all. I was very depressed and I didn’t know how to…

mental illness is not weakness

Mental ILLNESS is NOT Mental WEAKNESS

Consider this. In America: 14 million people die of cancer every year 25 million people have asthma 29.1 million people develop diabetes 53 million people have arthritis 61.5 million have a mental illness So I have to ask, if 61.5 million American’s are struggling with a mental illness, making it more common than diabetes or…