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Severe Depression Cost Michael Sweetney His NBA Career, Now He’s Helping Others Who Suffer

March 21, 20170

  By Kim Constantinesco It doesn’t matter if you’re a 6-foot-8, 290-pound power forward in the NBA. Severe depression doesn’t discriminate. In the same draft class as LeBron James, Carmello
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Jiu-Jitsu Brown Belt Erin Herle Is Shining Light On The Stigma Of Mental Illness

December 20, 20160

  By Kim Constantinesco The healing power of sports often flies under the radar. We all fight wars inside of our own heads, but for those living with mental illness,
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P2P’s Top Five Stories: November 2016

December 1, 20160

Our top five stories from November based on page views: 5. Elite Runner Becky Wade Ran Over 3,500 Miles To Study Running Cultures Across The Globe Sure, running will leave
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Ultrarunner, Paleo Treats’ Co-Founder Nik Hawks Is About Nourishing The Mind As Much As The Body

November 22, 20161

  By Kim Constantinesco If you ask Nik Hawks, the worst kind of pain can end if you catch a sliver of perspective about human potential. The 39-year-old from San
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Bipolar Disorder As A Family Disease: Diving In With Former Olympic Runner Suzy Favor Hamilton

September 20, 20160

  By Kim Constantinesco No different from cancer, severe mental illness is a disease that affects the entire family. Former middle-distance runner and three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton, 48, knows
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Judo’s Rafaela Silva Goes From Brazil’s Poorest Neighborhood To Winning The Country Its First Gold Medal Of 2016

August 11, 20160

Rafaela Silva won Brazil’s first gold medal of the 2016 Olympic Games, which was huge in itself, but when you look at where the 24-year-old judo champion came from, her
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Beyond The Net With USWNT and Orlando Pride Goalie Ashlyn Harris

December 22, 20152

By Brittany Alvarado We had the privilege of capturing USWNT and Orlando Pride goalie Ashlyn Harris in her hometown of Satellite Beach, Florida. Harris wanted fans to feel a part
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Podcast: Former NHL Goalie Clint Malarchuk Talks About Dealing With Mental Illness

July 21, 20150

  Former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuk was one tough hombre in his playing days. What nobody knew, not even Malarchuk himself, is that his toughness was constantly being tested by
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Bills Fans Open Up Wallets For Former Player Darryl Talley And His Struggle With Depression

November 28, 20140

You can’t say that the city of Buffalo doesn’t love their football team. Included in that is ongoing admiration for Bills alumni. The Buffalo News published a story Tuesday detailing
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First Man to Stand-Up Paddleboard from Canada to Mexico Brings Awareness About Depression and PTSD

November 14, 20141

By Julie Huynh When you get a flesh wound, the immediate reaction is to triage the wound, assess the severity of the injury, and take appropriate steps to provide the
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Organization Aids Veterans in Post-Military Transition, Offers Opportunities to Connect with the Outdoors

October 27, 20140

Serving in the U.S. Armed Forces undoubtedly requires sacrifice, loyalty, and courage among many other endearing qualities, but it’s resilience that best helps servicemen and servicewomen carry on and accept
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Depression: Athletes Struggle Too. York College’s Kelsey Murphy Opens Up Off The Court

March 21, 20140

Physical activity is often identified as a buffer against depression. However, even athletes suffer from the disease and at times need extra help from family, friends, coaches, therapists, and doctors
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