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After joining the Church, her depression weighed more heavily. Jenny describes the challenge she faced in learning to trust God, find the strength to keep going and accept a different perspective on life.15:58
She began to experience health issues and intense feelings of fear and sadness as a youth. When she finally decided to reach out for help and treatment, she found the courage to keep going and keep trying.11:09
Emily was an independent young adult when depression changed her life. She lost her faith, questioned love and spent days in bed, crying and sleeping. Emily talks about the process she’s gone through to find relief and hope again.8:53
Years after conquering the game of squash, Mormon world champion Leilani Rorani learned that conquering the challenges of life, including postpartum depression, requires a different type of perfection. Visit Leilani's page at www.mormon.org/leilani.4:25
When Heather first recognized the symptoms of her depression, she felt ashamed. She also felt sure that with faith, prayer, and help from Jesus Christ, the depression could be taken away. She learned that prayers are answered in unexpected ways.3:13
Cambry Kaylor was a promising equestrian vaulter with dreams of competing internationally. At age 18 she suffered an accident while vaulting, leaving her a paraplegic, but that didn’t stop her from achieving her dreams.14:47