People living with mood disorders share their stories of strength and inspiration.
I learned that I didn’t need to hang up my faith in God, life, and health, because I was in good company. Before my diagnosis, I always related to writers and poets, the likes of Emily Dickenson, Charles Spurgeon, Samuel Johnson, Robert Frost, William Blake, and was disturbed by but understood Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath’s plight. I understood them somehow. Now I know why. Read Noeline's story.
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