I’m Molly and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet Molly Sullivan, a Miami University student, who lives with anxiety and has experienced depression in her past. Molly speaks about what it’s like to be screaming for help on the inside but yet so fearful to say the words. Luckily, she had a great friend by her side that helped her voice what she couldn’t say on her own.

I’m Megan and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet Megan, a University of Toledo student who lives with depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicidal ideation. Megan wants to spend her whole life telling people that “your life is worth living and there are ways to survive anything that you’re going through.” Thanks, Megan, for being brave enough to share your story! You are empowering others and saving lives!

I’m James and this is my 1N5 journey…

We are so proud of James Avant IV, not only for openly and honestly sharing his story with OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), but also for overcoming his mental health obstacles and using them to create a successful business, OCD Cakes, that he created to “take a bite out of the stigma of mental health”. Thanks, James for allowing us to share your …

I’m Caleb and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet Caleb, a local college student who currently lives with depression, and has experienced anorexia, anxiety, and suicide ideation. In his story he describes feeling the need to “man up” and “power through” as many of our youth, especially males, feel pressured to do. Click to see more of his touching story and how he’s living to be more than …

I’m Leif, and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet Leif, a brave Turpin High School student living with depression, extreme anxiety, cutting, and suicidal ideation. We love that he’s spreading love and acceptance and feels that “humans aren’t made to be perfect, we all have our flaws” and “there’s nothing wrong with getting help.” By acknowledging his weakness, he has found strength and has taken more power over …

I’m Anonymous and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet this mom, wife and professional who lives with OCD, depression and anxiety. Even though she’s experienced discrimination in the workplace and discouraging comments from doctors, she’s making the most of living life beyond her diagnosis!