Living with Depression

Living with Depression
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Living with Depression - Recognition
In this 'Speaking From Experience' video clip, participants discuss the early signs of depression. They also share some of the events that lead up to their diagnosis.
Living with Depression - Disclosure & Stigma
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people who are living with depression share how they feel about disclosing their condition and some of the responses they have had from…
Living with Depression - Managing depression
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people who are living with depression share the ways in which they are able to best manage their condition. Management of depression often…
Living with Depression - Overcoming the challenges
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people living with depression share some of the challenges they have faced in the management of depression. They discuss the ways that they…
Living with Depression - Social support & community
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people who are living with depression share the importance of having a support network in place. Whether that support network consists of family,…
Living with Depression - Empowerment
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people who are living with depression share the ways that they have found empowerment through managing their condition. Many people find that there…
Living with Depression - Hope
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, people living with depression share their hopes and dreams for the future. They also offer advice and encouragement to those who have been…

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