Depression is an illness affecting the body, mood, thoughts, sleep, and more. While we may think that it is normal for seniors to feel the
Since I’ve begun sharing how I went from a pastor to a psych ward, people often ask about my recovery. Everyone wants to know, is
This is the hardest blog I’ve ever attempted to write. For the better part of eight months, I have been struggling under the thumb of
“I’ve been juggling a LOT lately. Trying to do well at work. Just got married. Couldn’t afford a wedding. Family is sparse. Falling out with
Diana Kim was shocked to encounter her father among the homeless population she was documenting in Hawaii. Rather than turn her back on the man
During the late summer of 2005, I found myself homeless. I spent two weeks in an overnight shelter in the city of Camden, New Jersey.
Searching for compassion post-hospitalization and finding unexpected differences in Depression Bipolar Support Alliance. I spent a week and a half in a cradle of healing
In this month of giving thanks, many people espouse that they are thankful for their health or their family or even a sunshiny day. While
Coming out of the Closet About Suicidal Depression by Billy Arrowsmith. I decided to “come out of the closet” about suicidal depression on Facebook when
The Homeless – 39 Questions For Your Reflection by Mike O’Connor 1. When you see a homeless person, do you look the other way and
‘Will Is Everything’ (Alan) wrote: “First and foremost I was acting the entire video these are not my actual thoughts; I am not depressed. The
Statistics on homelessness in the US and abroad. Don’t hide from the truth. When you see a need, PLEASE HELP. Please share! Thank you.
CHICAGO (CBS) — An Army veteran pulled a woman from the Red Line tracks Tuesday morning as a train was barreling toward them. CBS 2’s
This is a picture of a chap called Tully holding a 46 year old, wheelchair bound man with severe mental handicaps. Tully picked him up