In the Winter 2012 Issue:
Food and Mood
By Joe Panza, NAMI Arapahoe/Douglas Counties
As I write this, we are just weeks away from Christmas—both a joyous and stressful time of year. For those of us who struggle with bipolar disorder, the holidays can disrupt our routines and cause dramatic shifts in our moods. While some mood swings can be subtle, others are abrupt and hard to cope with. Regardless, the holiday season can pose some serious challenges. Read More!
Together We Can Make a Difference
By Darcy Gruttadaro, J.D., Director, NAMI Child and Adolescent Action Center
The teen and young adult years are a time of rapid change. Most young people are moving toward independence and preparing to launch into the adult world with all of the challenges and excitement that it presents. Read More!
Share Your Story
Your stories of hope and recovery from mental illness can help others. Please send yours to Darcy Taylor and have it published in upcoming editions of NAMI Voice. We all have different experiences in life and that is what makes the NAMI community so strong and diverse. NAMI will edit your story for length and clarity, if needed. (Please keep your story to 500-800 words and send a high-resolution photo of yourself along with the article.)
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