Have been following the newspaper articles since the beginning. I have very close people in my life with depression and bipolar disorder. I am a school psychologist in Walnut, and I live here in Chino Hills. I hope to reach as many people as possible and your story really touched my heart! This is my first time to the website…I saw it in the Chino Champion, and my boyfriend and I just got Roscoe’s take out for the cause as well. I would love to register to walk….and will search this site as to how to go about doing that! Thank You! Rita
Thank you so much. Dave and Linda
Yes Rita mental disorders are so prevalent. Take care. Linda & Dave
Viewing the photos of “Cuz Jason” brings many good thoughts. With the anniversary of his passing quickly approaching it makes me feel many things. I want to thank my Uncle and Aunt for taking time to bring awareness to thousands about the mental disorders. I look forward to the movie; it is going to be great! I have worn the guitar pick bracelet everyday since my cousin’s walk and it helps remind me of him and to spread the word to others about not having any shame and to talk about any issues. This guitar pick on a bracelet has sparked some great conversations. People, co-workers, friends and family have seen the bracelet and said, “What is that” and next I talk about “J” and what happened and then we are able to talk about maybe what they have experienced or at least make them understand to have no shame and to make people in their lives aware that it is ok to talk about it. God bless us all and we miss you “J”.
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