(*Trigger Warning*) Meet Lauryn Powers, a brave Wright State University student, sharing her story about living with bipolar II disorder, suicidal thoughts, and self-harm. She shares how her dealing with her mother’s mental illness and the loss of her grandfather impacted her life and led to her seeking professional help for her mental health at the Lindner Center of Hope.
Most of you have seen the trailer, received the emails directly from Netflix….or maybe you’ve heard the buzz from peers and social media…or maybe you’ve heard the discussions of concerned parents and teachers bracing for Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why, which is premiering on Netflix this Friday, May 18, 2018. The fictional drama tells a very graphic account of …
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!
1N5 Executive Director, Nancy Miller, and local students speak out about the importance of sharing stories of mental health struggles, getting help and how 1N5 has given them a sense of belonging and purpose to create change.