I’m Stacey and This Is My #iAM1N5 Journey…

Meet Stacey, a mother, wife, and scientist who’s been living with anxiety and depression since her teen years and is also a trauma survivor. Her message is one of perseverance, resilience, transparency and hope…and we love her for every bit of it! Stacey B. Lane, you are brave, strong and a huge inspiration to all our Warriors out there! #warriorwednesday #mentalhealth #stopthestigma

The Strength in Speaking Your Truth

For most of my life, I was terrified to tell my truth for fear of being judged, labeled as weak, or ridiculed. For most of my life, I have craved external validation and acceptance from others. During the majority of my past relationships, I was made to feel small after I spoke up about how I felt. Even though I …

Walnut Hills High School Basketball Team Practices Mindfulness to Make Perfect

Have you ever heard the term “practice makes perfect”? Well, just maybe whoever slated that catch phrase was referring to mindfulness? NBA Coach Phil Jackson seems to think so and that’s exactly what 1N5 discussed with the Walnut Hills High School Freshman Basketball Team this week. 1N5 staff discussed the power and the benefits of mindfulness on both personal health …

I’m Kate and This Is My #iAM1N5 Journey…

Meet Kate, a Turpin High School student, who lives with emetophobia (the fear of vomiting) and depression. She explains how no matter what she’s doing the fear is in the back of her mind and she’s consumed with thinking of ways to prevent it. Kate found finally receiving a diagnosis relieving because it validated her feelings. Now she’s finding help through exposure …

HELP 1N5 FUND ONE LOCAL SCHOOL THROUGH “X GIVES BACK”

You can help 1N5 WIN $5,000 – which is enough to fund sustainable evidence-based mental health and suicide prevention programming in ONE LOCAL SCHOOL! All you have to do is, nominate/vote for your favorite nonprofit (1N5 – James Miller Foundation, of course). CLICK HERE TO VOTE! (It only takes 14 seconds, we promise!) And…just for nominating us, YOU WILL BE …

I’m Nick and this is my 1N5 journey…

Meet Nick, a senior at Summit Country Day, who lives with clinical depression, anxiety disorder, and suicidal thoughts. He explains how his sleep issues, extreme fatigue, and wanting to “melt into the couch” were overlooked symptoms until he realized it was all connected to his mental health. Nick’s goal is to create a society where people talk about their mental …

My Whole World Was Anxiety…

I am a senior at Anderson High School. Throughout my life I’ve had many mental challenges. When I was little my dad passed away and since then I have dealt with extreme anxiety and compulsions. I would be scared all the time of dying or of other people dying and have tendencies to do small rituals thinking that would save …

1N5 Gives $150K to Cincinnati Children’s ‘Surviving the Teens’ Program

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 1N5’s Executive Director, Nancy Eigel-Miller, presented a grant of $150,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to help fund the newly revamped Surviving the Teens–Adapting for Life program. Because of the support from 1N5, Surviving the Teens–Adapting for Life has been updated to meet the needs of the 21st-century student. The five-day program educates students on …

Show Up For Yourself

How often do you show up for other people? Is it the same amount that you show up for yourself? How often are you complimenting others? Is it the same amount that you are complimenting yourself? How often do you show compassion to others? Is it the same amount of love and compassion you show to yourself? If your answer …

Lauren’s 1N5 Journey

My name is Lauren, I am a junior at the University of Cincinnati and I live with depression and generalized anxiety disorder, and have experienced suicide ideations in the past. Growing up, people would probably have described me as a happy, positive, motivated and a social girl. But in my sophomore year of college, things started to spiral out of …