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Hope through living; one person’s story

The recent suicide of Robin Williams brought to the forefront issues of depression, drug abuse and chronic illness.  Every day, every where and every place in this nation, someone commits suicide. No group is immune.
For this reason, Angie Fowler chooses to share her story of hope.
“No matter how bad things seem to be, something better will happen,” said Fowler.
After struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts and behavior, Fowler is now glad that she is alive and chooses to speak about her experience to reduce the stigma.
However, she does understand isolating and losing hope in the future ...

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