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Lorne had a tough childhood, in and out of 14 foster homes. Now he trains counselors on how to better help kids in the foster system. (9:40)
A recovery-oriented program taught Margaret how to manage her schizophrenia and get her life back On Track. (6:57)
As an underclassman Beth struggled with mental health challenges while balancing school and competitive sports. She has since emerged stronger than ever, as the admired captain of the women's water polo team. (7:52)
Arifa's life hangs in the balance. She's on a 5 year transplant wait list, and may not have 5 years to wait. She prioritizes her mental health to counter depression. (8:27)
By totally changing her approach and perspective, Grace created the life she always wanted. (9:52)
Selvaughn was abandoned, evicted onto the streets at 17, then diagnosed with depression. Facing these challenges would turn out to be the start of a new life. (6:38)
Since 6, Emily has dealt with depression and anxiety. Now, with support from her friends and an innovative outpatient program, she has started her own organization to raise awareness. (6:38)
The 36-hour No Sleep Challenge shows just how important it is to get your sleep.
Season 2 episodes release weekly through December!
A family slowly begins to recover from the loss of an oldest son.
A musician rescues himself from a ‘descent into madness.’