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Personal Story: Wayne C. Wilson, Austin, TX

Topic: Bipolar Disorder • Title: “Just Me” • 3rd Place Winner in the 2007 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest, Facing Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Anthony Wyborny, Long Beach, CA • Topic: Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Depression

Video Credit: Anders Holine, Woodbury, MN • Topic: Depression

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Original Song: "It's Roof Over Our Heads"

Credit: Nathan S.

Original Song: "Mind So Broken"

Credit: Mike A. Corey

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Art: Digital Graphic

Hypomania—Rome Loyola

Art: Jewelry

My Recovery from Depression & Anxiety—Sandra B.

Tip Be With It

Often when we feel depressed we want so badly to rid ourselves of the experience that we fail to truely examine it and cause ourselves additional stress. Take a moment to just be with your depression, it's ok to feel. Of course it is also important to treat your illness, and I am NOT saying that ignoring it will make it "go away" just that it can help to be comfortable with yoursel & your depression without feeling as though it is wrong or something that must be fixed right now.

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