How do you know if you’re sad or actually depressed? Can alcohol make me depressed? Will I be depressed forever if I identify with it? How do I know when to seek help or treatment? Great questions.
Andrea & Brooke had these questions and many more for Alexa Cordry, a Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Alexa walks Gold Ivy through the definition of depression, signs to look for, the role of medication, how to support someone who is struggling, the importance of connecting to our bodies for healing and recovery, and so much more. She also shares her beautiful story of strength, resiliency, sobriety, and recovery from depression.
Gold Ivy’s hope is to normalize these chats about mental health struggles and help each other embrace the spectrum of human emotion together.
3 Gold Stars
- Curiosity is your best friend. Learn to be curious with your symptoms and with your feelings.
- Be compassionate with your symptoms. Pair your curiosity with compassion.
- Consistency and accountability is the way to the light.
-> Who is one person I can go to when I need support?
-> What do I need to prioritize in my week or my day to help me nourish my mental health.
-> What small steps can I take this month to support my mental wellbeing?
Piece of Gold
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
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Our hope is that you transform our lessons into your gold.
– Gold Ivy Health Co.
Listen to your truth and go chase your gold.