Depressed? Stigma Says Don’t Tell

If someone knows you have a mental illness you’re screwed.  Stigma says fear mental illness:  think mental illness think shootings, homeless addicts, vandalism, physical and sexual abuse, weak character, low intelligence, and lack of integrity. Stigma …

Free To Be Me

Avoid the mainSTream (people get lost there)

avoid the mainstream collage


Is My Child Depressed?


The warning signs of depression and bipolar disorder in teens and young adults.  An at-a-glance graphic poster.


Is My Child Depressed?

A Creative Insider’s Guide to Crazy

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CRAZY is an award-winning art book created by youth for youth as a visual “insider’s guide” to what depression and anxiety feel like and how they can affect your daily life and relationships.

Most of the 150 artists in Crazy were between the ages of 15 and 25.  Most were in high school, college, or working.  Their struggles with depression and anxiety were often unknown even to the people they were closest to.

The art and writings in Crazy are personal and real, based on first-hand experiences of youth living with mental illness.  And Crazy is packed with clinical information formatted for easy reference in everyday language.

The best part of Crazy is good news about recovery–yes yours–and how to get there.

So if you or someone you know is struggling with mental illness, pick up Crazy, open its pages, and find you are not alone.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]