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People Who Are Living With Depression


Marishka, Community Member


just read...

a few shareposts....   first just saying hello to everyone....since I didn't respond to posts....   The one on Robin Williams...and depression by John, and how we can go quickly into that state and how to prepare, what to do....have a support network.....   Well, as most of us, I know when I am first starting to slip into that... Read moreChevron
posted 09/08/2014, comments (0)|

jpw2008, Community Member

living with it since childhood

creation of a sharepost

hi First of all thanks judy for replying to my post I have a hard time with words I have to be tested again with my therapist Maybe I might have some illness I dont know about Im trying to find a way to start living havent got there yet Im trying to pick up the pieces Family is the first to leave me I tell myself dont bother with them I'm... Read moreChevron
posted 09/05/2014, comments (0)|
Aubrey (aml0017)

Aubrey (aml0017), Community Member

Living with depression and anxiety for over 10 years.

fear of relapse

I haven't posted in a while as I haven't really had any serious anxiety or depression for a while now.  I am always determined to keep posting and checking in when I am feeling good but I never do.  I guess it is a good thing though.  That is not to say I didn't have any stress at all, but somehow it never got too extreme.  I... Read moreChevron
John McManamy

John McManamy, Community Member


Antipsychotics in the Long Term: Thomas Insel Weighs In

Thomas Insel’s Director’s Blog on the NIMH website is on my required reading list. His Aug 28 post, Antipsychotics: Taking the Long View, is written in the context of schizophrenia, but the implications are much wider. In his post, Dr Insel expresses support for the proposition that in a good many cases, those who remain on... Read moreChevron

Survivor, Community Member


missing social signals in a group of people

I have a long history of bipolar disorder and anxiety, and work hard to stay afloat.   Recently I went to a 4-day family reunion with my husband. There were a lot of people, some I knew and some I didn't. Some gatherings were in a hotel meeting/banquet room and some at a B&B. After several hours in a dinner or other time with other... Read moreChevron

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