It's Mental Health Week, and we're kicking off a special weeklong series on Northland Morning called "Change Your Mind: Living with Mental Illness."
One out of every four people you know could experience a mental health problem in their lifetime. Few things are as important to recovery from a physical - or mental illness - as family and societal support. But as an "invisible disability" - because you may not "look sick" to others ... sometimes that support is lacking.
Special mental health reporting this week on "Change Your Mind: Living with Mental Illness" is provided by KUMD, in partnership with with the Human Development Center, Miller-Dwan Foundation and the St. Luke’s Foundation.
A note about the artwork:
Allie Brosh's humorous, autobiographical blog, Hyperbole and a Half, has a huge following. She writes and illustrates stories about, among other things, her struggles with crippling depression. Her book, Hyperbole and a Half, that collects her blog posts as well as new illustrated stories.
Work by Allie Brosh is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com.
The Mental Health Week on KUMD was made possible in part by the Human Development Center, Miller-Dwan Foundation and the St. Luke’s Foundation.