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Personal Story: Chato Stewart, Punta Gorda, FL

Topic:Facing Recovery – Title: “My Story” – 1st Place Winner in the 2009 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest

Personal Story: Jen Clendineg, Fairfield, IA

Topic: Facing Recovery – TItle: “The Road to Recovery Journey or Destination?” – 2nd Place Winner in the 2009 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest

Personal Story: Terah Bishop, Wyoming, MI

Topic: Facing Recovery – Title: “My Recovery Story” – 3rd Place Winner in the 2009 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest

Personal Story: Remy Kayal, Allentown, PA

Topic: Facing Recovery – “Reality Remy” – Honorable Mention in the 2009 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest

Personal Story: Leigh Chasse, Bloomington, IN

Topic: Facing Recovery – Title: “The Road to Recovery” Journey or Destination?” – Honorable Mention in the 2009 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest

Comedy Clip: Stand-Up Comic Serina Matteson

Credit: Serina Matteson, Stand Up For Mental Health Comic at the DBSA 2009 National Conference

Comedy Clip: Stand-Up Comic Lew Yagodnik

Credit: Lew Yagodnik, Stand Up For Mental Health Comic at the DBSA 2009 National Conference

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Don't let others tell you who you are. You know you are not your illness. Their inability to understand does not make you "crazy", "difficult to deal with", "horrible". So long as you are taking the steps to get better, their negativity and anger from frustration or ignorance should not be the determinant of who you are or what type of person you are. Some people are going through their own thing and will try to make others feel bad just because; don't let them do it to you.

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