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Honoring Veterans Day: Hope and Recovery Found in NAMI Programs

November 11, 2020

Written by: Phoebe (Raleigh, NC) Phoebe is a Navy Veteran who has participated and found hope in our NAMI programs. As we honor Veterans Day today, we are grateful for all of the men and women who have served our country.  Up until Covid-19 started, I was receiving all my mental health recovery treatment from more »

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): What to Know

November 2, 2020

Written by Miranda Owen  Miranda Owen is one of NAMI Wake’s work study students, helping us as a social media technician and blog contributor. This month, we’ll be focusing our content on SAD. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?  Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is a form of depression that appears in individuals usually more »

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“I don’t feel good”: When Shame Surrounds Mental Illness

October 9, 2020

Written by: Arielle Karoub Someone who has a mental illness can have good days, but they also have really bad days, when it can be very difficult to function. The bad days are what people don’t like to talk about, so the person with mental illness may cover it up by saying, “I don’t feel good” or “I’m feeling under the weather” when more »

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