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David spent the first half of his life as a sweet, if somewhat hyper, child who enjoyed drawing. The second half he has spent as a struggling and haunted adult battling obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Now, at 34, he’...
A Leader at NAMI Discusses Her Unwavering 25-Year Support of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Like many donors to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, Janet and Myron Susin of Long Island, New...
The summer before Neil Barber’s junior year in high school, he and three of his buddies decided to experiment with marijuana. Neil’s dad, Greg, recalls the four of them getting “pretty rocked,” but Neil being the only one...
A daughter supports mental health research to ensure other families don’t have to live through what hers did.
Among Janet Larsen’s family mementos, carefully preserved and passed down by her mother, is a...