Podcast

HOW TO Reach Out- Part One (Sam Dylan Finch)

By Giving Voice to Depression on May 29, 2018

Depression is too dark and heavy to face alone. So we’re told to “reach out for help.” But HOW? What words do we use, especially when we might not have the energy or the insight…

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Depression 101+

By Giving Voice to Depression on March 6, 2018

A clinical psychologist outlines the signs of depression, what we should do if we recognize them, AND how we can help and support other people who are struggling, including advice and the language to use…

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Season Three in Review

By Giving Voice to Depression on February 6, 2018

As we wrap up our third season, we thank everyone who has come forward to share their experience with depression, as well as the Charles E. Kubly Foundation for its sponsorship and our first grant!…

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Starting The Conversation (Comedian Frank King)

By Giving Voice to Depression on January 9, 2018

A stand-up comedian and former writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno discusses depression with perspective, candor and humor. What’s funny about depression? Nothing! But people with depression can be funny, because depression is…

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Black Mental Health Matters

By Giving Voice to Depression on December 12, 2017

A mental-health professional discusses how cultural beliefs and stigma prevented him from getting help for his depression for years. He now takes his empowering message to schools and conferences because, like all mental health, Black…

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The Strength is All Yours

By Giving Voice to Depression on November 16, 2017

Today we are posting the second part of our podcast episode “The Power of Compassion.”After hearing part one, a listener wrote and said the story Jonny and Neil shared touched her, because she had been…

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Be Not Afraid

By Giving Voice to Depression on November 16, 2017

  We know some of you may be reluctant to listen to our podcast, Giving Voice to Depression,  thinking it might be… well… depressing. But we try to make and think of them as stories…