Author Marianne Williamson offers hope for the millions of people who are suffering emotionally or fighting back against overwhelming sadness.
You know him from his beloved roles on shows like “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Love Boat,” but you don’t know the real story of Gavin MacLeod’s life. See how a famous role left him depressed and suicidal and how he found his way to happiness
As a teen, Rhonda Britten witnessed something no one, but especially a child, should ever see. It sent her spiraling into two decades of depression and addiction. She emerged on the other side and is now one of the most famous life coaches around.
For the first time ever, TV’s most beloved captain Gavin MacLeod talks about the night he nearly killed himself and what he’s learned about learning to never give up on your dreams.
If you’re living with a mental illness, you don’t need to lower your expectations for life — you’re capable of extraordinary things. That’s the message from author Melody Moezzi. She discusses her journey to her bipolar diagnosis.
He’s famous for teaching and rehabilitating “untrainable” dogs through his self-taught methods, but what happened when he needed to learn some important lessons in his own life? Cesar Millan describes how he learned to move on from depression.
The Dalai Lama says he actually enjoys problems because they give him the chance to engage his issues and become a healthier, happier person. A psychotherapist and Buddhist practitioner explains how we can confront our problems and find happiness.
Judy Collins is one of our most beloved singers, yet she’s never tried to shield her personal struggles from her adoring fans. Now in her 70s, she’s still making new music, staying in shape and helping others see the hope when all seems hopeless.
One moment Carolyn and Chad Moor were celebrating their love. The next, he lay dying, the victim of a hit-and-run car accident. During their final moments, Carolyn made three promises that she’s spent many years and tears trying to keep.
In times of stress, do you allow yourself to spiral out of control mentally and physically? Trauma psychologist Alicia Salzer studied the healthy habits of people like Nelson Mandela and has tips to help you overcome life’s challenges.