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Stories of recovery

Meet people who have to share their stories – real life experiences in overcoming mental health issues of various kinds. Listen to how they never gave up, watch their battles and victories and read about their success.

It is possible to overcome the condition, all it takes is a little willpower and some help. You can find all the motivation you need right here. Watch real life testimonials of people who have overcome various types of mental health conditions and read inspiring stories of recovery.

Robert's Story

The Fight Continues

Robert - a professor, shares how a childhood trauma triggered his depression.

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Anonymous Story

‘…allowing yourself to feel your sadness is your best shot at getting better.’

A school-going girl shares her experience with depression and how she overcame it.

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Tanya's story

‘Identifying your weakness and strengths can be really hard when you’re going through depression.’

Tanya shares her story of dealing with depression."

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Archana's Story

Mind Your Head

Archana shares how therapy helped her fight depression

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ANONYMOUS STORY

‘There are times when I feel proud of myself for not succumbing, for not caving-in to what my depression urged me to do’

 

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Depression Diary

Life is not always the same when somebody finds himself/herself in the throes of depression or anxiety disorder. It takes unscheduled turns and one’s emotions are at doldrums.

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Share your Story

If you have a story to share, a story that recounts the emotional issues that you or a close person encountered and successfully overcame, please click here to share it with us. It might just enable someone to know that they will overcome it.

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