The Angles of Lattitude Podcast

Surviving the Troughs of Life: What to Do When You’re Depressed with Anthony Hayes (AoL 087)

May 11, 2017

Show notes: newinceptions.com/87

Depression can be a heck of a struggle - and it can hit us at any time. For creatives it can be triggered by the simple feeling of being alone because no one understands what it is you're trying to do. For a lot of people, though, it can set in from life not going the way we'd expect it to.

For me, I went through depression 3 times in my first two years of college. I was used to being great in my academic studies and all of a sudden, I wasn't. I eventually found out that the cause of my depression was due to my major, and I switched soon thereafter.

For our guest, Anthony Hayes, he realized back in 2004 that he was chronically depressed himself. He set out on a mission to figure out how to not only get out of it, but then to not fall back into it ever again. Besides coming up with his M5 strategy, he also has written a book on the matter, and continues to help others with the problem.

Besides this mission, he's the host of Me, Myself, and I Radio, and co-founder of the Facebook Community - Podcast Discovery Center.

Join us as we find out more about this journey of his and the purpose of his work that he does today.

Thanks for listening, and enjoy the show!