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Changing the Way We Talk About Mental Health

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We are a growing movement of people living and working with mental health conditions. We share our stories to inspire others and change how people think about mental health.

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Stability Leaders are living proof that you can recover and achieve stability – and our society can be better for it.

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Misconceptions around mental health won't change unless we share stories of hope and recovery. We are dedicated to making positive stories about mental health more plentiful than the stories of fear and negativity.

Our Stability Leaders are trained to open the dialogue at your workplace, health care setting, or community group and will help you take it from there.

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The Stability Network presents The Power of Stortytelling on May 25, 2022 with storytellers Bart Campbell, Deborah Rosales-Elkins, Kyle Elliott

Experience the Power of Storytelling!

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, The Stability Network hosted The Power of Storytelling with four Stability Leaders sharing their inspiring stories of living and thriving with mental health conditions. We recorded the event so anyone can watch, listen, and benefit from the power of these lived experiences.

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Stability Leaders share insights on recovery and living with a mental health condition.

The What, Why and So What of Psychosis

Peter Varnum reflects deeply on his experience living with psychosis, sharing, “I have learned not to believe I have ‘conquered’ my psychosis. It could return, and if it does, I will get through it again. But I don’t fear it the same way I once did.”

June 23, 2022
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Together We Rise

“As we continue to move forward, we also need to be patient with ourselves and with others.” Stability Leader Dr. Adrian Fletcher reflects on the past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic and offers hope for a future where we all rise together through compassion, empathy, and understanding.

June 16, 2022

I Am Not My Anxiety

Ellen Meny feels like she has always had anxiety. In this raw and honest blog, she tells the story of going on and off medication. Through the process, one thing has become clear: Ellen is not her anxiety.

June 7, 2022