The DBSA Wellness Tracker App was named a TOP BIPOLAR APP of 2017 by Healthline! Read more ×
Home

Image > Art Gallery

Art: Facing Recovery 3rd Place

Artist: Jennifer Jones, Seattle, WA • Title: “Recovery”

Art: Facing Relationships 1st Place

Artist: Max Kosydar, Eagle, ID • Title: “Waiting”

Art: Facing Relationships 2nd Place

Artist: Jennifer Jones, Seattle, WA • Title: “Relationships”

Art: Facing Relationships 3rd Place

Artist: Janice Sorenson, Shelburne Falls, MA • Untitled

Art: Photograph

Artist: Joshua F. Gomez • Title: “Mint Condition”

Art: Pen & Ink

Artist: Dean Kendrick, Evanston, IL • Title: “Deadbeard” • 2nd Place Winner in the 2007 DBSA Facing Us Art Contest, Facing Depression

Art: Collage

Artist: April T., Albany, GA • Title: “Collage of Recovery”

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Tip Make Your Bed!

When you get out of bed for the day, take five minutes to make your bed, right away. Fold the blankets neatly, make hospital corners, fluff the pillows, the works. It only takes about 5 minutes tops, gives you a sense of accomplishment first thing, and makes your room look neater. A neater room always makes me feel more in control of my environment, and my depression. It also lessens the chances that I will crawl back into it to go bad to sleep. Crazy, I know, but it works! Give it a try!

Sign Up Today