To The Husband With A Depressed Wife


By Becci Nicholls, of Swords & Snoodles Dear Husband, I love you dearly, more than anything in this whole world. I think you already know this. I know you love me too, I just forget sometimes. Depression clouds my mind, it fills me with horrid thoughts about how unlovable I am, and how worthless I am. Sometimes … Continue reading To The Husband With A Depressed Wife

How To Talk To Your Children About Mental Health


By Diamond Grant Mental health is a sensitive topic, just one of the many sensitive topics that we must discuss with our kids, and while it can be difficult to decide when to talk to our children about mental health, for some of us it will come much earlier than we ever could have anticipated. … Continue reading How To Talk To Your Children About Mental Health

4 Myths About Suicide That Survivors Want You To Understand


By Kimberly Zapata The first time I tried to kill myself I was 17 years old. I wrote a note and made a plan. I bought a bottle of pills (and a bottle of Coke) and I began executing said plan. But after swallowing several dozen capsules, things got fuzzy. The next 36 hours were a blur … Continue reading 4 Myths About Suicide That Survivors Want You To Understand

How To Help Someone With An Undiagnosed Mental Illness


By Kimberly Zapata Watching a loved one struggle with a mental illness is hard. Very hard. However, watching them struggle in secret and silence is beyond difficult. It is gut wrenching. But what can you do to help someone living with mental illness, specifically when they cannot or do not want to help themselves? Unfortunately, … Continue reading How To Help Someone With An Undiagnosed Mental Illness