Monthly Archives: May 2014

What It’s Like to Live with Mental Illness

MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS Living With a Mental Illness Hi. My name is Wendy Enberg. I live with Major Depressive Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and General Anxiety. Triple threat! I used to say that I have this or I am that, … Continue reading

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St Albert Gazette

I was recently interviewed by a local newspaper!!! Read about it here http://m.stalbertgazette.com/article/20140514/SAG9604/305149981/0/SAGSearch&template=JQMArticle

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All Out Of Sorts

I have that old Air Supply song “All Out of Love” playing in my mind, except it’s saying “I’m all out of sorts!” Imagine this saying going on a continuous loop in your brain and you’ll begin to understand why … Continue reading

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Karma

I’m feeling sad right now. Just talking with a friend about how life has been in crisis mode around here since February and how we need to have a change. My husband and I are awesome people – loving, kind … Continue reading

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Getting THE Call

I’ve been aware that I have Major Depression and BPD since 2006. In that time, I’ve spent endless amounts of time learning about the illnesses and researching what the best treatments are. I’ve had to be an advocate for myself … Continue reading

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4 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

These are the four things I want to say to my daughter, who is experiencing a mental health crisis right now. 1. YOU ARE NOT ALONE When you go through a mental health crisis, it’s difficult to believe that you … Continue reading

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What’s It Like?

People often ask me “What’s it liketo live with a mental illness like depression? Here’s my description (can you relate to any of these?) : 1. Thinking is harder when you carry the heavy burden of depression around. It’s cloudy … Continue reading

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