We are taking a brief break from talking about depression, but there’s a whole new way to talk about it that you can take advantage of.
We will be talking about a new platform we’re calling Depression Chat.
It’s a place for depression patients and their families to share information about their condition, share coping strategies and connect with each other.
We’re not just talking about talking about it; we’re talking about sharing it.
And you can sign up for our special edition of The Depression Chat Live!
today to watch our conversation with depression patient Michael G. and other listeners.
To be part of this new platform, you’ll need to register on our site.
There’s a little bit of extra work involved, but it’s not that difficult.
If you’re new to the Depression Chat system, it’s a new way for people to connect with others who are suffering from depression.
We’re going to be speaking to you today about depression chat, and how to connect and care for yourself and your loved ones.
But first, I want to introduce you to the person who will be our first guest today.
Michael G. is a 44-year-old man with mild to moderate depression.
He is not in a mental health facility, but he does have some treatment options, and he’s a regular on our podcast.
The first time I met Michael, I met him at the hospital after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
He said he was just looking for a way to stay focused and happy, so he started chatting with a fellow patient, and then I heard from another patient.
“I’m going to talk to you about my depression,” he told them.
“It’s just something that keeps me awake at night.
I’m not feeling good, I’m just trying to find my place.”
So I talked to him, and I’m like, this is so cool.
I mean, I didn’t know anyone was having depression.
I was just like, I feel like I’m going into a world where I can just relax and just talk to people and just relax.
I guess I was hoping I’d feel like this for a long time, and it’s been a long, long time.
At first, Michael thought I was joking, and that’s when I started noticing some things.
Michael didn’t really want to tell me what was going on.
He was just talking.
He didn’t want to talk with me about it.
After that first chat, Michael got very interested in talking about his depression.
And I said, Michael, how are you feeling?
He didn�t really answer, and so I got more interested.
I started talking about how his life is completely different now, because he�s bipolar.
And it wasn�t like it was in the past, because it wasn’t.
It was just completely different.
He just wasn�ts there anymore.
Now that he has a new partner and a new job, he�d like to go back to the same things he used to be doing.
In his mind, the way he sees things, it was like a different world, but at the same time, the things he did before, he still loves.
This new partner was also a big part of that, and Michael wanted to help them, and they were able to help him.
They were able take a big leap of faith and trust him, because now he has someone who’s helping him and who he wants to be there for him.
He said he didn�ts want to leave.
For me, this was so important for Michael.
I started thinking, he wants a relationship with somebody, and his relationship with his partner has been a big, big part.
It was important for me to have a place to just talk with other people who are experiencing depression.
Michael said that he really needed a place where he can talk about his symptoms and his struggles.
He wanted to go on a talk show and talk about himself and his depression, and to share it with people, and not have it be a place that he was alone.
So he and I decided to create Depression Chat, which is a place he can share his depression with other patients.
When he said he wanted to talk more, I said we will, and this will be the first thing we will do.
So here’s how it will work: You will be able to speak with other Depression Chat users who are also suffering from mental health issues, and you will be given a voice to share your experiences.
And you will not be told that your thoughts are not valid, but that you are part of a community that is fighting back against this stigma.
You will be invited to share with your family and friends how you feel about your depression, what you need to do to get better, and the ways in which you can cope with your depression. You will