Know that each day that you’re breathing, each day that you get out of bed, regardless of how insignificant they may seem, are actually signs that there’s life to live. Dennis
“Things happen and sometimes we don’t understand it, but ultimately, if we have hope and remember that we are all here for a reason and purpose, recovery is real and possible.” Scarlett
Knowing my authentic self and being proud to share with the world who I truly am, this is the ultimate freedom for me. Michael B.
When I see people, I see this look on their face when they hear more about culture, they hear more about the history, they can accept themselves. Janet
I think definitely by sharing your story, whether they’re people of color or just anybody in general, that this is not a life sentence. I think when we share our personal stories we give hope. Keris
I think anybody can push through. I’m not saying it’s the fun road. Happiness makes up in height what it lacks in length. Alexandra
I knew then, I mean it was very clear that someday I would be back to do something about this and change it for others that followed. Sally & Jay
One thing about stigma is that it says you can’t do anything because you have a mental illness, that’s a lie. That’s only true if you let it be true. Daniel

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