Overworking is NOT the Same as Healing

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Pamela Mott’s Story

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My name is Pamela Mott and I am a licensed mental health counselor in a small little town. I have four children and I am married. I experience an enormous amount of stress. I often feel that I should be able to save the world. My family lineage is riddled with the effects of serious …

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Rose Muise’s Story

Rose stands at a microphone, in front of a projected image, giving a presentation.

I’m sorry I lost touch. I’m sorry I didn’t call, didn’t write, didn’t reach out, pushed you away, let connections fail. Sometimes I get paranoid. Worried. Anxious. Do you hold it against me? All the things I did, didn’t do, said, didn’t say, when I was sick. I’m sorry I wasn’t honest. With you, and …

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Thomas Jimino’s Story

Thomas sits in his wheelchair, surrounded in green plants, holding a basket of tomatoes.

I don’t consider myself or my story all that special, but maybe there will be a little something in it that will touch someone enough to get them through just one more day….Just….One….More….Day…. That day when you feel so much emotional pain that you don’t think you’re gonna make it. When it takes all you’ve …

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Cameron Bryan: First Time Voting in a Presidential Election

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“Voting was a positive experience. It was pretty easy, and it makes you feel good. I’m glad I voted. In the past, I’ve never really been big on politics andbelieved my vote wouldn’t make a difference. This time it felt like it was important. It was definitely worth it.”

Tonia’s Story

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My name is Tonia, and this is my story. I always knew that I had something wrong with me, but I was not sure what it was. In 2008, I had my first relapse and I thought my world was over, but it wasn’t. I went to DHMC several times and even had ECT treatments, …

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