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The Life of the Party: My Husband Has Never Really Seen Me Sad

Throughout my relationship, discussions about kids were always fraught by my concerns of depression. But explaining this to my partner was sometimes difficult as he met me after my diagnosis and treatment.

June 24, 2022

by Sarah DiMuro

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5 Tips That Helped Me Explain Depression to My Immigrant Father

Coping with depression is challenging enough. Factor in being the child of an immigrant and the challenges can be much more nuanced.

April 20, 2022

by Sarah Osman

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How My Depression Has Evolved Since Becoming a Stay-at-Home Dad, for Better and Worse

Since becoming a dad almost 4 years ago, my depression has become one of the most challenging aspects to navigate as a parent.

April 29, 2022

by Levi Rogers

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How to Deal with Losing Friends When You Have Depression

Everyone deals with friend breakups. But Lexie Manion found that the blow of losing a close friend while she was dealing with depression felt much more intense. Depression often causes you to withdraw socially, and a friend breakup can make you feel even more alone. Read for three ways Lexie deals with this situation.

April 25, 2018

by Lexie Manion

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How I Opened Up About My Depression at Work

I’ve had depression for as long as I’ve been working. My decision to open up about it changed everything — for the better.

March 27, 2017

by Amy Marlow

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The Power of Community When You’re Living with Clinical Depression

Living with depression can feel like a lonely experience. The internet can be a helpful tool to connect you with others going through something similar.

July 13, 2022

by Joe Van Brussel

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I Went Off My Depression Meds to Get Pregnant, and This Is What Happened

Doctors advised Amy to go off her depression medication in order to get pregnant, but that wasn't the solution that worked for her.

June 27, 2017

by Amy Marlow

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How Depression Almost Broke My Relationship

Receiving a depression diagnosis isn’t easy. It can stir up confusion, fear, even embarrassment. One woman shares her story, from how she faced her mental health crisis to how she broke the news to her partner and finally got the help she needed.

July 26, 2018

by New Life Outlook

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This Is Why My Invisible Illness Makes Me a Bad Friend

An invisible illness can change how I act around friends. Here's what happens and why, but please don’t take it the wrong way.

September 26, 2017

by Natasha Tracy

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Dear Co-Workers: A Note About My Mental Health

More and more people are being open about their mental health issues at work. I'd like to do the same.

August 01, 2017

by Amy Marlow

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